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Jug, Place of origin: London, England (made)  Date: ca. 1600 (made)  ca. 1658 (made)  Artist/Maker: Unknown (production)  Materials and Techniques: Earthenware, with raised and engraved silver

Jug

Jug, Place of origin: London, England (made) Date: ca. 1600 (made) ca. 1658 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Earthenware, with raised and engraved silver

The mottled brown glaze on this jug was known in England as ‘tigerware’. Glazed stoneware such as this was imported in large quantities from the German Rhineland in the 16th century and often mounted in precious metal. Inexpensive objects of turned wood and stoneware, and more costly glass vessels were often transformed by adding decorated mounts of silver, pewter and gold.

Jug

The mottled brown glaze on this jug was known in England as ‘tigerware’. Glazed stoneware such as this was imported in large quantities from the German Rhineland in the 16th century and often mounted in precious metal. Inexpensive objects of turned wood and stoneware, and more costly glass vessels were often transformed by adding decorated mounts of silver, pewter and gold.

LavishShoestring.com | Ewer        Place of origin:        Jingdezhen, China (porcelain, made)      London, England (mounts, made)      Date:        1560-1586 (made)      Artist/Maker:        Unknown (production)      Materials and Techniques:        Porcelain, painted with underglaze blue, with gilt-metal mounts

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LavishShoestring.com | Ewer Place of origin: Jingdezhen, China (porcelain, made) London, England (mounts, made) Date: 1560-1586 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Porcelain, painted with underglaze blue, with gilt-metal mounts

Pot, Place of origin: Germany (stoneware, made)  England, Great Britain (silver, made)  Date: ca. 1530-50 (made)

Pot

Pot, Place of origin: Germany (stoneware, made) England, Great Britain (silver, made) Date: ca. 1530-50 (made)

Jug, London, England (possibly, made)  Kingston upon Thames, England (possibly, made), 13-14th century

Jug

Jug, London, England (possibly, made) Kingston upon Thames, England (possibly, made), 13-14th century

The inscriptions may plausibly be linked to the French Huguenot glass engraver, Anthony de Lysle, who is known to have worked in London (he is recorded there in 1582 and 1583). Verzelini's monopoly of 1574 (his exclusive right to produce and sell Venetian-style glass in England) forbade the import of Venetian glass, so in theory de Lysle would have been compelled to purchase English glass from the Verzelini glasshouse. De Lysle was also a pewterer

Goblet

The inscriptions may plausibly be linked to the French Huguenot glass engraver, Anthony de Lysle, who is known to have worked in London (he is recorded there in 1582 and 1583). Verzelini's monopoly of 1574 (his exclusive right to produce and sell Venetian-style glass in England) forbade the import of Venetian glass, so in theory de Lysle would have been compelled to purchase English glass from the Verzelini glasshouse. De Lysle was also a pewterer

"Jacopo Verzelini was the first Venetian glassmaker to set up a successful glasshouse in Britain, at Crutched Friars in London. This superb goblet can be attributed to Verzelini’s glasshouse because of its diamond-point engraved inscription and date. The inscription ‘God Save Qyne [Queen] Elisabeth’ is accompanied by the date ‘1586’ and the initials ‘RP’ and ‘MP’, which probably refer to its original owners."

Goblet

"Jacopo Verzelini was the first Venetian glassmaker to set up a successful glasshouse in Britain, at Crutched Friars in London. This superb goblet can be attributed to Verzelini’s glasshouse because of its diamond-point engraved inscription and date. The inscription ‘God Save Qyne [Queen] Elisabeth’ is accompanied by the date ‘1586’ and the initials ‘RP’ and ‘MP’, which probably refer to its original owners."

Commemorative charger, 1600 © Museum of London  This charger is the earliest dated and commemorative piece of English delftware; the first known with an English inscription; and the oldest known royal commemorative souvenir in the UK. The central scene is generally considered to be a visualisation of the City of London or the Tower of London with the moat or river in the foreground

Commemorative charger, 1600 © Museum of London This charger is the earliest dated and commemorative piece of English delftware; the first known with an English inscription; and the oldest known royal commemorative souvenir in the UK. The central scene is generally considered to be a visualisation of the City of London or the Tower of London with the moat or river in the foreground

Jug of lead-glazed earthenware. Ovoid body, mouth pinched in front to form a lip, loop handle. The upper part of the body is slightly grooved horizontally. Place of Origin  Staffordshire, England (probably, made) Date  ca. 1650-1700 (made) Artist/maker  unknown (maker) Materials and Techniques  Lead-glazed earthenware Dimensions  Height: 10 in taken from Register, Diameter: 6 1/4 in taken from Register

Jug

Jug of lead-glazed earthenware. Ovoid body, mouth pinched in front to form a lip, loop handle. The upper part of the body is slightly grooved horizontally. Place of Origin Staffordshire, England (probably, made) Date ca. 1650-1700 (made) Artist/maker unknown (maker) Materials and Techniques Lead-glazed earthenware Dimensions Height: 10 in taken from Register, Diameter: 6 1/4 in taken from Register

Jug of buff earthenware partly covered with a green glaze.  Place of Origin  Surrey, England (possibly, made) Hampshire, England (possibly, made) Date  ca. 1575-1625 (made)

Jug

Jug of buff earthenware partly covered with a green glaze. Place of Origin Surrey, England (possibly, made) Hampshire, England (possibly, made) Date ca. 1575-1625 (made)

Earthenware jug partially glazed with a green glaze.  Place of Origin  England, Great Britain (made)  Date  16th century (made)  Earthenware with a partial green glaze

Jug

Earthenware jug partially glazed with a green glaze. Place of Origin England, Great Britain (made) Date 16th century (made) Earthenware with a partial green glaze

Buff earthenware jug partly covered with a copper green glaze over a white slip. Globular body, incurred neck, cyliindrical mouth, spreading foot, loop handle springing from a rim below the mouth.  Place of Origin  Surrey, England (possibly, made) Hampshire, England (possibly, made) Date  ca. 1575-1625 (made)

Jug

Buff earthenware jug partly covered with a copper green glaze over a white slip. Globular body, incurred neck, cyliindrical mouth, spreading foot, loop handle springing from a rim below the mouth. Place of Origin Surrey, England (possibly, made) Hampshire, England (possibly, made) Date ca. 1575-1625 (made)

Jug of red earthenware, covered with a mottled greenish-brown glaze. Ovoid body, expanding mouth. The loop handle is missing.  Place of Origin  Staffordshire, England (made)  Date  1600-1700 (made)  Materials and Techniques  Lead-glazed earthenware  Dimensions  Height: 20.3 cm taken from Register, Diameter: 10.2 cm taken from Register

Jug

Jug of red earthenware, covered with a mottled greenish-brown glaze. Ovoid body, expanding mouth. The loop handle is missing. Place of Origin Staffordshire, England (made) Date 1600-1700 (made) Materials and Techniques Lead-glazed earthenware Dimensions Height: 20.3 cm taken from Register, Diameter: 10.2 cm taken from Register

Accession number: 24710 Collection place: Surrey/Hampshire border Production date: 1501-1635 Material: ceramic; earthenware Measurements: H 114 mm; DM 83 mm Museum Section: Post-Medieval Summary: Green glazed Surrey/Hampshire border ware globular drinking jug. From a cess pit.

Accession number: 24710 Collection place: Surrey/Hampshire border Production date: 1501-1635 Material: ceramic; earthenware Measurements: H 114 mm; DM 83 mm Museum Section: Post-Medieval Summary: Green glazed Surrey/Hampshire border ware globular drinking jug. From a cess pit.

Physical description  Jug of buff earthenware, partly covered with a green glaze over a white slip. Ovoid body, spreading mouth pinched in front to form a lip, loop handle.  Place of Origin  Surrey, England (made) Hampshire, England (possibly, made) Date  ca. 1500-1600 (made)

Jug

Physical description Jug of buff earthenware, partly covered with a green glaze over a white slip. Ovoid body, spreading mouth pinched in front to form a lip, loop handle. Place of Origin Surrey, England (made) Hampshire, England (possibly, made) Date ca. 1500-1600 (made)