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Jug Date: late 14th–early 15th century Geography: Made in probably Orvieto, Umbria, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Earthenware, tin-glaze (Majolica)

Jug Date: late century Geography: Made in probably Orvieto, Umbria, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Earthenware, tin-glaze (Majolica) Dimensions: Overall: 10 x 8 in. x cm) Classification: Ceramics

1150 - 1250. Jug | York Museums Trust. Jug with copper green glaze over all exterior except near basal edge. Decorated throughout with small circular bosses with equal-armed cross in relief. Tubular spout attached to neck with bridge.

Jug with copper green glaze over all exterior except near basal edge. Decorated throughout with small circular bosses with equal-armed cross in relief. Tubular spout attached to neck with bridge.

Armorial Jug (boccale) Date: late 15th century Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware)

Armorial Jug (boccale) Date: late century Medium: Maiolica (tin-glazed earthenware) Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Ceramics-Pottery Credit Line: Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 Accession Number: Not on view

Jug with Scale Pattern  Italy, Siena, 14th century    Date: c. 1350    Medium: tin-glazed earthenware (majolica)

Splendid scale pattern, ca 1350 Italy, Siena, tin-glazed earthenware (majolica)

5655: jug; baluster jug Production date: Early Medieval; late 12th-mid 13th century Measurements: H 298 mm; DM (girth) 167 mm

baluster jug Production date: Early Medieval; late century Measurements: H 298 mm;

Jug Production Date: Early Medieval; mid-late 13th century

jug Production date: Early Medieval; mid-late century Measurements: H 370 mm

A24994: jug Production date: Early Medieval; late 12th-mid 13th century Measurements: H 304 mm; DM 184 mm   London-type ware (2329) baluster jug in the North French style with red slip strips under a clear glaze. Found with A24972.

jug Production date: Early Medieval; late century Measurements: H 304 mm; DM 184 mm London-type ware baluster jug in the North French style with red slip strips under a clear glaze.

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