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1820-1840's Masons Orange & Black Pekin Japan Jug

£95.00

Product description

This original, 180-200 year old Chinoiserie Masons jug was made by the Mason Co. in Staffordshire. It is documented in Geoffrey Godden's Mason reference Book,"Godden's Guide to Mason's China and the Ironstone Wares."

This is a beautiful early and rather early primitive feel to it. It is an intricate ornate black oriental themed transferware design printed on a an early white ironstone jug, then hand painted in bright oranges, red tones and browns. The pattern name Pekin comes from Peking, China and the pattern is considered a willow variant by TCC. It has the typical Masons style hexagonal jug or similar hydra jug (or pitcher) base.

This jug is unmarked. The base is marked with a hand-written potter's tally pattern number of 750. The condition is pertinent to it's age. There are some chips to the spout on both sides, please see photos.

Height: approx 7.75", width approx 7.5"

* There is also very interesting extensive research work into Mason's Pekin Japan line by the TCC, the Transferware Collector's Club.

Item details

Boxed:
Unboxed
Condition:
Used: good

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About this item

This original, 180-200 year old Chinoiserie Masons jug was made by the Mason Co. in Staffordshire. It is documented in Geoffrey Godden's Mason reference Book,"Godden's Guide to Mason's China and the Ironstone Wares."

This is a beautiful early and rather early primitive feel to it. It is an intricate ornate black oriental themed transferware design printed on a an early white ironstone jug, then hand painted in bright oranges, red tones and browns. The pattern name Pekin comes from Peking, China and the pattern is considered a willow variant by TCC. It has the typical Masons style hexagonal jug or similar hydra jug (or pitcher) base.

This jug is unmarked. The base is marked with a hand-written potter's tally pattern number of 750. The condition is pertinent to it's age. There are some chips to the spout on both sides, please see photos.

Height: approx 7.75", width approx 7.5"

* There is also very interesting extensive research work into Mason's Pekin Japan line by the TCC, the Transferware Collector's Club.

Boxed:
Unboxed
Condition:
Used: good

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