Borderware Drinking Jug


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This is a reproduction of a c. 1600 drinking jug found in a ditch outside the east bulwark of James Fort. The lead-glazed earthenware original was likely made by potters in the border regions of Surrey and Hampshire, England.

Item measures approximately 8 1/2″ tall, 2 3/4″ diameter base, 3 1/4″ diameter at widest point (on the body of the jug, does not include handle). These items are handmade so there will be slight variations from piece to piece.

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Weight 1.8 lbs

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