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This is a very decorative, porcelain milk jug or creamer in the early Grecian shape, made by John and William Ridgway, of Shelton, Hanley, Staffordshire Potteries, England, dating to the Late Georgian Regency period of the early 19th century, circa 1825.

The milk jug is potted in the early style "Grecian" shape with a high rectangular loop handle, a wavy rim and a slightly vertically fluted body with a molded leaf spout. It has been hand painted with the floral gilded pattern Number 2/1005, with much hand gilding.

This piece is marked to the base with the pattern number 2/1005 in red by the inside foot rim.

Similar pieces are illustrated in the Ridgway pattern book by Angel Grant.



3.69 in


6.32 in


3.88 in

Ridgway Porcelain Milk Jug or Creamer Pattern 2/1005, Regency Period, circa 1825

SKU: P 1353
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