Wonderful Apostle Jug by Charles Meigh, Hanley, Staffordshire, found in the Victoria and Albert Museum 1842

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A wonderful Victorian Apostles Jug by famous British Pottery Charles Meigh of Hanley Staffordshire circa 1842. This beautiful Apostles Jug can be found in the Victoria and Albert Museum, Ceramics Room 145.
This jug has been relief moulded using elaborate plaster moulds. This "Apostle Jug" is in the Gothic style and depicts Saints in architectural niches. Charles Meigh and Co famously produced high quality stoneware and earthenware from 1805. Meigh exhibited in the Great Exhibition of 1851 and in 1886 and won a medal. 
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A Royal coat-of-arms, "Registered March 17 1842 by Charles Meigh Hanley applied and impressed to base
White relief moulded smear-glazed stoneware
In perfect condition with no cracks or restoration. There is a small chip on the base and some nibbles underside - please see photographs 
Dimensions ( L x W x H )
18.1 x 11.4 x 25.8 cm or 4.48 x 10.15 inches
1.1 kg or 2.45 pounds
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