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Harvest jug

This harvest jug was created by Edmund Fishley in 1839. Edmund was born in 1806, the eldest son of George Fishley. George Fishley established a long lasting dynasty of potters, opening...

Harvest jug

This harvest jug was created by William Fishley Holland in 1921. William was born in 1889, the great great grandson of George Fishley. George Fishley established a long lasting dynasty...

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....

Rouen jug fragments

These sherds come from a Rouen jug, and were excavated from a cesspit in Goldsmith Street. Much of the exterior surface has decayed, but the jug would have been decorated...

Martin Brothers vase

This jug was created by the Martin brothers. Working in the late 19th century, the four brothers were involved with the Victorian Arts and Craft movement and the Gothic Revival....

Harvest jug

Decorated with a ploughing scene and portrait of John Wesley. Wesley (1703-1791) was a founder of the Methodist movement and travelled to Devon several times. As this jug reveals, Methodism...

Drinking jug

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

Jug

This jug was made in North France and discovered during archaeological excavations in Exeter. Medieval Exeter and France were important trading partners with Exeter importing wine and high-quality pottery from...