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Small Mochaware Pitcher with Earthworm Decoration, England, early 19th century, barrel-form jug, medial ba...

Small Mochaware Pitcher with Earthworm Decoration, England, early century, barrel-form jug, medial ba.

Mochaware Jug, Britain, early 19th century, baluster-form pearlware jug with rust, white, and black slip looping earthworm and cat's..

Mochaware Jug, Britain, early 19th century, baluster-form pearlware jug with rust, white, and black slip looping earthworm and cat's..

A slip covered, machine turned Mocha jug with broad bands of light blue and thin lines of black at the top and bottom. The center with slip cup decoration in white, black and orange on a light blue gray ground. For an almost identical jug with coloring in tones of brown see Jonathan Rickard "Mocha and related dipped wares, 1770-1939 figure 161 pg 113 which describes that jug: " A pearlware barrel-form jug, slip banded with highly unusual three chambered slip cup decoration British c1830 7"…

A Mochaware Jug

View this item and discover similar pitchers for sale at - A slip covered, machine turned Mocha jug with broad bands of light blue and thin lines of black at the top and bottom. The center with slip cup decoration

Small Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1780, barrel-form jug with green reeded bands flanking the black, rust, and pumpkin slip marbled fi...

I wish I could find contemporary ceramics with colors like this. ~ Small Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. barrel-form jug with green reeded bands flanking the black, rust, and pumpkin slip marbled fi.

Mochaware Mug with Engine-turned Design, Britain, early 19th century, pearlware mug with applied handle with leaf terminals, molded base, thin rust and blue bands flanking black slip-filled engine-turned patterned bands

British creamware tankard with rouletted and slip banded decoration, similar decorated tankards excavated on the Swillington Bridge and Hunslet Hall Pottery sites, see Griffin, The Yorkshire Potteries,

England, United Kingdom, Europe     Date:1770-1780   Materials:Earthenware (dipped ware); Lead glaze   Techniques:Thrown, Slip decorated, Combed, Molded

England, United Kingdom, Europe Earthenware Pitcher with Lead Glaze

Checker Banded Mochaware Jug, England, c. 1790, rare red earthenware baluster-form jug banded with black and white slip, the broad white field diced in a fine checkerboard pattern on an engine-turning lathe the extruded white handle with foliate

Checker Banded Mochaware Jug, England, c. rare red earthenware baluster-form jug banded with black and white slip, the broad white field diced in a fine checkerboard pattern on an engine-turning lathe the extruded white handle with foliate

Mochaware Marbled Slip Decorated Jug, Britain, c. 1780, baluster-form jug slip marbled in dark brown, rust, and white with sprigged whi

Mochaware Marbled Slip Decorated Jug, Britain, c. baluster-form jug slip marbled in dark brown, rust, and white

Mocha pitcher, 19th century with cat's eye and navy blue decorations

Mochaware - Mocha pitcher, century with cat's eye and navy blue decorations, 6

RARE BRITISH CREAMWARE MOCHAWARE JUG, CIRCA 1830.

RARE BRITISH CREAMWARE MOCHAWARE JUG, CIRCA 1830.

Mochaware Pitcher, Britain, early 19th century, baluster form jug with dark brown, blue, and green roulett...

Little Welsh Quilts and other Traditions: June 2013

Possibly Sarreguemines, England or France, Possibly United Kingdom, Europe     Date:1800-1820   Materials:Earthenware (mochaware); Lead glaze   Techniques:Thrown, Slip decorated, Molded, Trailed

Possibly Sarreguemines, England or France, Possibly United Kingdom, Europe…

Jonathan Rickard, "Mocha and Related Dipped Wares, 1770-1939." Mocha with trailing slip, achieved by blowing into a "blowing bottle" affixed with goose quills through which the thick, fluid slip would flow out and onto the vessel's surface while turning on a lathe.

Jonathan Rickard, "Mocha and Related Dipped Wares, Mocha with trailing slip, achieved by blowing into a "blowing bottle" affixed with goose quills through which the thick, fluid slip would flow out and onto the vessel's surface while turning on a lathe.

Small Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. 1830, baluster-form pearlware jug banded with brown and black slip with white slip trailed waves

Small Mochaware Jug, Britain, c. baluster-form pearlware jug banded with brown and black slip with white slip trailed waves

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