A molded and enameled Staffordshire Drabware Cottage Jug or Pitcher, dating c. 1820. The milk or cream jug is decorated with the molded features of an English cottage: windows, doors, thatched roof and a grape vine with grape clusters around the top edge. This piece is a drab-gray color with dark green (British Racing Green!) highlights. It stands 6" tall to the top of the handle and the handle to spout distance is about 6 ¼". No maker's marks, but a nice pearlware glaze. Very fine condition with no chips, cracks, repairs, etc. Some very slight flaking of the green enamel on the top edge and on the handle, and what I believe to be a firing line (manufacturing flaw) under one of the windows (it does not go through to the inside of the jug).