Ceramic Pitchers with UK & Irish History Photos

Creamware pitchers from the British Isles often featured UK & Irish historic themes. These ceramics are in museums and none are for sale.

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Creamware pitcher marking repeal of Vestry Act which limited religious rights at Castletown House. Ireland.Presentation inscription to Thomas Conolly on repeal of Vestry Act creamware pitcher at Castletown House. Ireland.Jug with image of George IV attrib. Cadell's Pottery of Prestonpans at Museum of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland.Mason jug which belonged to Robert Burns at Robert Burns House. Dumfries, Scotland.
Creamware pitcher marking repeal of Vestry Act which limited religious rights at Castletown House. Ireland.Presentation inscription to Thomas Conolly on repeal of Vestry Act creamware pitcher at Castletown House. Ireland.Jug with image of George IV attrib. Cadell's Pottery of Prestonpans at Museum of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland.Mason jug which belonged to Robert Burns at Robert Burns House. Dumfries, Scotland.
Creamware pitcher "Success to the Independent Volunteer Societies of the Kingdom of Ireland" by Wedgewood at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Creamware Irish volunteer jug by Wedgewood at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Creamware 'A Free Trade to Ireland" jug from Leeds at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Free Trade to Ireland creamware pitcher at Bishop's Palace. Waterford, Ireland.
Creamware pitcher "Success to the Independent Volunteer Societies of the Kingdom of Ireland" (c1780) by Wedgewood at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Creamware Irish volunteer jug (c1780) by Wedgewood at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Creamware 'A Free Trade to Ireland" jug (c1780) from Leeds at National Museum Decorative Arts & History. Dublin, Ireland.Free Trade to Ireland creamware pitcher (c1780) at Bishop's Palace. Waterford, Ireland.
Creamware jug with Masonic emblem attrib. East Coast Potteries at Museum of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland.Creamware ale jug by Downshire Pottery of Belfast at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.'Duke of Leinster' creamware pitcher with 'Lovers Parted' plus 'Sailor's Farewell & Return' scenes, prob. Staffordshire at Castletown House. Ireland.Creamware pitcher showing Apotheosis of George Washington at Broughton House. Kirkcudbright, Scotland.
Creamware jug with Masonic emblem (c1790) attrib. East Coast Potteries at Museum of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland.Creamware ale jug (c1790) by Downshire Pottery of Belfast at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.'Duke of Leinster' creamware pitcher (c1795-1810) with 'Lovers Parted' plus 'Sailor's Farewell & Return' scenes, prob. Staffordshire at Castletown House. Ireland.Creamware pitcher showing Apotheosis of George Washington (c1800-5) at Broughton House. Kirkcudbright, Scotland.
Earthenware pitcher prob. from Liverpool, England with design of merchant ship Industry of Anstruther at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Success to volunteer troops ceramic jug at National War Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Ceramic jug celebrates Volunteer military movement of Ireland at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Capture of French general by 71st Highlander corporal at battle of Vimiera, Portugal ceramic jug at National War Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Earthenware pitcher (c1800) prob. from Liverpool, England with design of merchant ship Industry of Anstruther at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Success to volunteer troops ceramic jug (1803) at National War Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Ceramic jug celebrates Volunteer military movement of Ireland at Ulster Museum. Belfast, Northern Ireland.Capture of French general by 71st Highlander corporal at battle of Vimiera, Portugal ceramic jug (1808) at National War Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Earthenware jug inscribed Gardener's Society. Haddington by Rathbone's Pottery of Portobello near Edinburgh at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Earthenware jug with scene & verse from Allan Ramsay's poem Gentle Shepherd by Hamilton Watson & Co. at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Creamware jug with Patie & Roger of Allan Ramsay's Poem "Gentle Shepherd" illustrated by David Allan by Verreville Pottery & Glass of Finnieston on Clyde at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Tam O'Shanter story by Robert Burns portrayed on stoneware jug by W Ridgway & Co. of Staffordshire at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Earthenware jug inscribed Gardener's Society. Haddington (c1818) by Rathbone's Pottery of Portobello near Edinburgh at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Earthenware jug with scene & verse from Allan Ramsay's poem Gentle Shepherd (c1820s) by Hamilton Watson & Co. at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Creamware jug with Patie & Roger of Allan Ramsay's Poem "Gentle Shepherd" illustrated by David Allan (c1820) by Verreville Pottery & Glass of Finnieston on Clyde at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Tam O'Shanter story by Robert Burns portrayed on stoneware jug (1835) by W Ridgway & Co. of Staffordshire at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Pottery jug with face of Sir Walter Scott at museum of Abbotsford House. Melrose, Scotland.Burns centenary jug by J&MP Bell & Co. of Glasgow at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. Alloway, Scotland.Glasgow Exhibition jug by Clyde Pottery of Greenock, Scotland at Hunterian Museum. Glasgow, Scotland.Souvenir ceramic plate & pitchers from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Pottery jug (c1840) with face of Sir Walter Scott at museum of Abbotsford House. Melrose, Scotland.Burns centenary jug (1859) by J&MP Bell & Co. of Glasgow at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. Alloway, Scotland.Glasgow Exhibition jug (1888) by Clyde Pottery of Greenock, Scotland at Hunterian Museum. Glasgow, Scotland.Souvenir ceramic plate & pitchers from International Exhibition of Science, Art & Industry, Glasgow (1888) at Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Glasgow, Scotland.
Ceramic whisky pitcher & bottle beside bell at People's Story Museum. Edinburgh, Scotland.Creamware pottery jug with view of Iron Bridge at Sunderland, England at New Bedford Whaling Museum. New Bedford, MA.Lusterware pottery jug with view of Iron Bridge over River Weaphen in England at New Bedford Whaling Museum. New Bedford, MA.Commemorative creamware pitchers at Woodman Museum. Dover, NH.
Ceramic whisky pitcher & bottle beside bell at People's Story Museum. Edinburgh, Scotland.Creamware pottery jug (c1796) with view of Iron Bridge at Sunderland, England at New Bedford Whaling Museum. New Bedford, MA.Lusterware pottery jug (c1796) with view of Iron Bridge over River Weaphen in England at New Bedford Whaling Museum. New Bedford, MA.Commemorative creamware pitchers at Woodman Museum. Dover, NH.
Thomas Carlyle earthenware pitcher by Etruria of Staffordshire, England at Peabody Essex Museum. Salem, MA.Pitcher remembering Churchill's Blood, Toil, Tears & Sweat speech in Museum of Nebraska History. Lincoln, NE.

Thomas Carlyle earthenware pitcher (1881) by Etruria of Staffordshire, England at Peabody Essex Museum. Salem, MA.Pitcher remembering Churchill's Blood, Toil, Tears & Sweat speech in Museum of Nebraska History. Lincoln, NE.


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