Pitcher Salt Glaze Pottery English Jug Tam O Shanter Characters From Robert Burns 1910
This is a neat English salt glazed earthenware pitcher or jug made in 1910-1920s in Staffordshire, England.
The jug or large pitcher measures 6.75 inches high and is 5.75 inches in diameter.
It has a raised design on one side of a pub drinking scene, and the other is a traditional one of witches pulling the tail off a horse on the hunting field, which have been identified as Robert Burns' poem Tam O'Shanter, written in 1790, in 2 tone stoneware.
The pitcher or jug is in excellent used vintage condition with no chips or cracks. Very decorative.
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