water jug (jugs (food service))

Water jug. Tall jug with large trilobed mouth and bilobed spout. Wide handle, recalling that of an amphora. Decorative designs composed of circular or broken lines and wide-stripes drawn with white underglazing and coloured earth on the brick coloured background.(Potter’s clay, white pipe clay, coloured earth with iron oxide and manganese). Height 315mm, diameter at bottom 110mm.

Typical of the Banat and Bihor pottery.

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