Puzzle jug

This late 17th century Dutch delftware puzzle jug features a pattern of lanceolate leaves turning outwords from a single daisy-like flower. The jug has a wide brim with a perforated neck and central spout, the handle is hollow and joins to the hollow rim of the jug. To drink from the jug a small hole concealed in the handle must be covered.
Accession Loan No.
TTNCM : 62.K.1
Collection Class
Decorative Art
Common Name
puzzle jug
Simple Name
Period Classification
Post-Medieval (AD 1500-1800)
Production Date
Production Country
Production Continent
pottery, earthenware, tin glaze, Delftware

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