Selection of three blue glaze Doulton stoneware jugs: 19th century
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Selection of three blue glaze stoneware jugs. On the left is a stoneware jug, decorated with a blue glaze and a foliate decoration which is incised and applied. This sample is Inscribed "Mary" and was inscribed by Queen Mary when she was twelve years old. A silver colour has been applied to the base of the neck and base. In the centre is a flower pot glazed green and brown decorated with marine subjects. Stamped on the base 'Doulton Lambeth' and '1881', and inscribed with a monogram of one horizontal line with 3 vertical lines incised across it. On the right is a jar decorated with a band of foliage in blue on a dark brown background. The decoration is incised and applied. On the base is stamped 'Doulton Lambeth 1874' and inscribed with a monogram 'EJE' which stands for Emily J Edwards.
1874 AD - 1881 AD