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CTJ189 - Click to enlarge


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CTJ189 - Click to enlarge


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Reference: CTJ189

Early Victorian salt shaker formed as toby jug

Period: Early Victorian

Origin: England

Date: c.1840


Pottery salt shaker formed as a toby jug, wearing cobalt blue coat, orange breeches and yellow tricorn hat, holding foaming mug of ale in right hand. A hole in the base of his breeches for filling and the hat crown pierced for pouring.


Size: Height 5" (14 cm)

Condition: Minor chip to left hat brim (see photos)

Price:
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Comments:
An exceptionally attractive and early example of a rare type.



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