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A rare George II 'Farmyard' Cream Jug made in London in 1746, Makers Mark of I.W, see Grimwade Mark 3694.


The Jug stands on three pad feet, with trifurcated mouldings where they are attached to the main body. The baluster shaped main body rises to an everted scalloped rim and displays a leaf capped scroll handle. The main body is unusually chased with farmyard scenes with farm buildings, trees and a cow on one side and a duck swimming on a pond on the other. The front displays a vacant Rococo scroll cartouche surrounded by shell details. The same shell decoration is shown on the reverse, where the bottom of the handle is attached. The Jug is in excellent condition, with crisp chasing.

Height: 4 inches, 10cm.
Length, handle to spout: 3.6 inches, 9cm.