An early 19th century stoneware jug by made by John Turner, Lane End, Longton, Staffordshire, c.1800.
Cream coloured stoneware, and brown glazed neck, sprig decorated on the body under the lip with a hunting scene, with four men, hounds and a tree and inn sign to the right, and on either side of the body a tree. Underneath the scenes, the body is circled by impressed gadrooning, overlaid with two thin horizontal bands. The neck has turned horizontal ridges; it is covered on the outside with a thin dark brown wash which continues over the upper handle. The handle is near horizontal at the top, sharply angled and foliated where it joins the body.
Turner impressed mark to the base.
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