Large footed jug of earthenware covered with bright majolica glazes, the main body bulbous and covered with a thick, opaque white glaze, with an upward reaching, elongated spout, the sides molded to look like the outstretched wings of a swan, the handle in the form of a long, curving swan neck, the swan head with small eyes and slightly open black beak forms the terminal, the lower body, around the foot and lip of the jug with molded decoration in the form of water grasses in various shades of green and yellow.

Swan Jug

Wedgwood, Retailed by Thomas Goode & Co.

December 1871