An early 19th century Sunderland pearlware commemorative wat...





An early 19th century Sunderland pearlware commemorative water jug, of ovoid form jug, with straight neck, large spout, and loop handle, printed in black with a portrait roundel of King William IV, and inscribed 'Ascended The Throne June 26th 1830, Crowned Sept. 8th, 1831', above a verse 'Has not William...', and flanked by Britannia and a sailor waving a flag, and similarly printed to the other side with a view of the Ironbridge 'A West View of the Iron Bridge at Sunderland Built by B Burdon ...', and printed below the spout with a verse 'The Saviour of Mankind Adopts...', picked out in green and iron red, on a purple lustre ground, 28 by 19 by 24cm high, together with a George IV commemorative jug, 'To The Memory of Hid Late Majesty King George The IV ...', 17.5 by 12 by 14cm high, and a Queen Victoria coronation jug, 17.5 by 12 by 14.5cm high. (3)

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All heavily worn, the two smaller jugs also with crazing and come chips , George IV jug with reparied crack to rim.

Auction Date: 1st May 2021 at 10am

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Sale Dates:
1st May 2021 10am (Lots 1 to 242)