Lot 716    

Salt Glaze Apostles Jug by Meigh, 
2007, Decorative Arts, Feb 17
English, first half 19th century. A highly detailed relief molded jug manufactured by Charles Meigh, Hanley, Staffordshire, depicting eight Apostles in high relief around the body and faces of four others on the handle and on either side of the spout. Marked below with wafer, English coat of arms and registry date of March 17 / 1842; 9" high.

Charles Meigh's first relief molded jug was made in 1835, his "Apostle" jug being the most famous and popular.

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Very light wear to base.
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