Large Historical Staffordshire polychrome creamware Liverpool jug or pitcher, transfer print and enameled decoration of the American masted ship the General Mercer to front and the reverse with the coat of arms for the baker’s guild reading “The Baskers Arms/Praise God For All”; decorated underneath the spout with monogram DFN and vignette of an American eagle with American shield, holding a laurel branch and arrows in its talons. Anthemion border design around the top and spout. 9 1/2″ H. Circa 1800-1810. CONDITION: Overall light crazing to glaze. Spider crack to one lower side, hairline to base.
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