Spouted jug, anonymous, c. 1580

Spouted jug, anonymous, c. 1580

stoneware, h 24.0cm × w 20.5cm × d 12.0cm More details

This jug was used to pour wine. It is made of stoneware, a kind of clay pottery that is fired at an extremely high temperature. The result is a hard, non-porous material excellently suited for containing liquids. The joint between the neck and the spout is shaped like a human arm, with a hand resting on the spout.

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