Cream Jug - (Silver Ceramics) Glossary of Antique Terms C

Cream Jug - (Silver, Ceramics) The cream jug was introduced at the beginning of the eighteenth century, the helmet shape being popular; by the middle of the century three feet are common, the lip is elongated and pointed, the handle has broken curves; the jug grows more and more slender, almost vase-like, and the feet disappear or become diminutive; then by the turn of the century the cream jug has a full, low body.

Antique Art Deco 30s clear Pressed glass small milk jug


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