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Jug

Swansea pottery jug decorated with flowers and the words ‘MARY CLARK BERRYNARBOUR 1802’. Berrynarbor is a village in North Devon....

Baluster jug

This jug was found in a medieval rubbish pit in Exeter. The jug was made locally but it copies a style of jug made in France at that time....

Drinking jug

Drinking jugs like these were mass produced in Germany and many have been found during excavations in Exeter. This jug was found in Exeter....

Jug

This type of jug is called a ‘spindle jug’ and was made in Bronze Age Cyprus. It was collected by Lord Cobham who was Commissioner in Larnaca between 1879 and...

Handle and rim of pitcher

This sherd of a jug is made of Fabric 62 and has recently undergone reanalysis. The body and handle of the jug show striped decoration, and there are remnants of...

Stoneware bellarmine

Fragments from Bellarmine or ‘Bartmann’ jugs are quite common in Exeter. This one is complete and shows a typical bearded face found on these jugs, with a flower medallion beneath....

Jug

Table manners in this period underwent great changes. People started using individual drinking jugs, rather than large communal jugs and wooden cups. Stoneware jugs were favoured for being strong and...

Drinking jug

Drinking jugs like these were mass produced near Beauvais in France. This jug was found during excavations in Exeter....

Jug

This jug was made in Bronze Age Cyprus. It is a called a ‘gourd shaped jug’ due to its shape and is decorated with wavy red lines....

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