1850s Antique English White Flora Tan Syrup Jug by Dudson Pottery
Dress your breakfast table in style with this antique syrup jug! Though we wouldn’t advise storing syrup for long in this vessel, it can also be used as a unique vase to display fresh cut flowers or herbs on your table. This particular jug was crafted by Dudson Pottery around the 1850s. It features a raised white pattern at the base that alternates between a fern and bell flowers. The top rim has a lace-like trim and the handle is twisted for a polished look.
Condition: Very Good
Size: 4” width; 5.25” height; 5” deep with handle
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