This is a very old unsigned stoneware jug with a turkey dropping. It stands 9" high and the base is 6" wide. It's a nice piece and it's in very nice condition for its age.
The glob on the jug is called a "Turkey Dripping or Dropping". On salt glaze jugs and where they land can add to their beauty and value. Turkey drippings or droppings come from the kiln during the salt glaze days when rock salt was thrown into the kiln when the temperature was at it’s highest point. The rock salt crystallized and coated on the ware in the kiln with a salt glaze. After many firings the kiln became so coated with the salt glaze that the ceiling started to drip. When the dripping began to affect the quality of the ware coming out, the kiln was cooled and then cleaned of the excess glaze or salt film.