Ex-Watton Museum, Norfolk, England – Mid 17th Century German Antique Stoneware Bellarmine Jug or Bartmannkrug
Ex-Watton Museum, Norfolk, England -Mid-17th Century German Antique Stoneware Bellarmine Jug or Bartmannkrug
A mid-17thC German antique stoneware bellarmine jug or bartmannkrug.
In salt glaze.
The elongated neck is decorated with a typical bearded mask. The bulbous body bears a decorative medallion.
Provenance: Ex-Watton Museum Collection, Norfolk, England. An almost identical example can be found in the reference book “The Bellarmine and Other German Stoneware – Volume III” – plate no. 17. Author Alex Wright.
Condition – as per the images. There is very minor restoration to the rim. A further condition report is available upon request. The jug displays very well.
Size: Height 23 cm (9″)
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