Hot milk jug with cover

British, Staffordshire

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These objects were probably made for export to Europe. Their lustrous glaze, unusual for Staffordshire white stoneware, suggests that the potters were consciously competing with imported ivory-white Chinese porcelains made in Tê-Hua, Fukien Provence.

Hot milk jug with cover, Salt-glazed stoneware, British, Staffordshire

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