Jugs



Hafner ware jugs:

It is a type of glazed earthenware, which originated in Germany. The year1350 can be ascertained as its origin date. It was originally used as stove tiles molded on the surface. In the 16th century other pottery objects, like the melon-shaped or ovoid jugs, made by the stove makers came to be known as the Hafnergeschirr (“stove-maker vessel”). The earliest tiles had a greenish lead gloss.

Liverpool delft jugs:

It is a type of jug made from tin-glazed earthenware. It originated in the early half of the 1970s, in Liverpool, England. Eventually Liverpool, Bristol and London became the three main centers of English delftware. The jugs, produced at Liverpool, Bristol and London resemble each other to some extent.

Westerwald stoneware jugs:

Höhr, Grenzau, and Grenzhausen in Germany are known as the Westerwald. Salt-glazed stoneware produced in these regions is called Westerwald stoneware. The jugs and tankards are made by molding, stamping with dyes and also patterned by incision.


Glass jugs:

Glass jugs are the most commonly used items at a chemist or a drug store. These jars are made of transparent glasses and have a calibration scale on one of its side, to measure the amount of liquid in it. Other pieces of ornate jugs, like the ones made from cracked or frosted glass are usually used at homes to increase the décor of the room.

Plastic jugs:

Plastic jugs come in a wide range of types, colors and sizes. They may or may not have a lid or a cover. When they come with a lid they can be used as travel jugs to carry liquid from one place to another. They almost always have a handle. They are most commonly found in every home or office and are preferred more for their utility quotient rather than their decorative appeal.

Iznik ware:

Iznik ware belongs to the school of Islamic ceramics. It is also part of a school of Turkish pottery making of the 16th and the 17th century. As early as 12th century Iznik had deposits of suitable clay. Around 15th century Turkey developed as a pottery making center, on its own.

  • Ceramic Jug
  • Milk Jug
  • Water Jug
  • Tea Kettle
  • Tea Jug
Puzzle Jug:

A puzzle jug is a type of jug, which is actually a puzzle. The puzzle of the jug is to drink the liquid without spilling it. This challenge is often written on the jug in the form of a poem, like for example: ''Come drink of me and merry be''. But the neck of such a jug is perforated and so it is impossible to drink the liquid through the neck. The puzzle jug is a type of art of the medieval pottery in Britain. The Exeter Puzzle jug of Saintonge, Western France, is the earliest example of a puzzle jug. It originated during the1300 A.D. These jugs became popular in homes and taverns around the 18th and 19th centuries. The puzzle jug actually has a tube inside it, which runs through the neck into the belly. It is the challenge of the person drinking from it to locate the tube and suck the contents through it. Jugs are pieces of tableware that has both beauty as well as utility.

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