Malling Jugs - (Ceramics Pottery England)

Malling Jugs - (Ceramics, Pottery, England) Tin-enameled pottery jugs, globular in shape, as made, probably in London, in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; these jugs, with their splashed or mottled glaze, are the earliest known examples of delftware (q.v.) in England. The name derives from West Malling, Kent, where one of the first specimens was found.

Border Wares: Post Medieval Pottery in London 1500-1700 (Post-Medieval Pottery in London, 1500-1700, V. 1) (Vol.1)Border Wares: Post Medieval Pottery in London 1500-1700 (Post-Medieval Pottery in London, 1500-1700, V. 1) (Vol.1) 

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