stoneware and silver
16.5 x 14 x 8.5 cm
Doulton Lambeth originally made the first stoneware sewer pipes in London. Luckily history took a turn, Doulton branched out to create art pottery in the late 19th century, becoming an exemplar of the Arts and Crafts movement. This “trompe l’oeil” (trick the eye) jug which at first looks like what was called a leather “jack”, is actually made out of ceramic. In the days before plastic, stitched leather jugs were common in pubs and kitchens and this one is a wry joke, a common old fashioned jack for the milk in your tea, how quaint! The silver rim is hallmarked for 1890 and has the maker’s mark for Cornelius Sanders and Frank Shepherd.
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Q: How much is shipping?
A: Delivery costs will vary from artwork to artwork – but we will provide you the options available to you at cost.
Q: Will my artworks be insured in transit?
A: Yes, all artworks will be covered by insurance en route to you.
Q: When will my artwork arrive?
A: In most cases we can get your artwork to you within 5 working days within Australia.