jugs (food service)

Drinking pitcher. Body slightly oval, hollow handle provided with a mouthpiece for drinking. Straight rim. Colander, “ciur”, placed inside neck at the point where the hollow handle is inserted, unglazed. Decorative design consisting of a number of white concentric circles. The top of the bulge adorned with glazed spots. The top part of the neck, the brim and half the handle with mouthpiece, done in green glazing. (Clay, white underglazing, green glazing). Height 310mm, diameter at bottom 120mm.

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