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This is a high quality lead glass, hand blown, water jug or pitcher which we date to the William IV period, circa 1835

This jug is heavy (about 1.3 kg) and holds over 2 pints.

The jug is globular in shape with a footed base. The shape has been hand blown then beautifully prism cut in bands, with a notched rim, a good notch-cut strap handle and with a star cut base. 

This jug is of Anglo-Irish form and we date it to the William IV period, early in the 19th century, circa 1835, probably from an Irish manufacturer.

Overall, a very decorative and useful antique piece for the dinner table.



5.8 in
7.25 in
6.38 in

William IVth Water Jug or Pitcher Crystal Cut-Glass, Anglo-Irish circa 1835

SKU: G 308
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