A Victorian silver version of ‘The Oxford Jug’.
‘The Oxford Jug‘.
A narrow silver Jug, London 1888, by J.N. Mappin, with a weighted base, in imitation of a 14th century pottery Jug of a type found in the Oxfordshire area.
The Goss pottery also made versions of ‘The Oxford Jug.’
For a medieval pottery version, see the collection of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford [accession number AN1896-1908.M.8]:
Height – 17.20 cm.; Width – 5.60 cm.; Depth – 4.70 cm.; Weight – 199.40 gms.