This is a very rare shaped early small Jug or pitcher, hand painted in the Fence Japan gilded pattern, made by Mason's Ironstone, Lane Delph, England and dating to circa 1813-1820.
This jug is hand potted in a very rare shape with a loop handle and a pouring spout to the rim.
The pattern is hand painted in the Fence Japan pattern, with hand gilded highlights as illustrated on page 89 of a guide to Mason's patent ironstone patterns, circa 1813-1848, published by The Mason's Collectors' Club.
This jug is unmarked to the base, as was often the case in this period but it is definitely made by Mason's Ironstone with a similar jug illustrated on page 188 of Geoffrey Godden's guide to Masons China published by The Antique Collectors' Club.
Height: 5 in (12.7 cm)Width: 3.38 in (8.59 cm)Depth: 3.18 in (8.08 cm)
No Damage, NO Restoration. Good antique condition. Some gilding loss as expected.
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