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Reference: CTJ187

Snufftaker Toby Jug by Sampson Smith 1851

Period: Victorian

Origin: Longton

Date: 1851


Snufftaker toby jug in cobalt blue coat and wearing tricorn hat, holding snuff box in left hand. Base marked in raised letters "S SMITH LONGTON 1851".


Size: Height 14 cm / 5"

Condition: Diagonal hairline cracks to face and hat brim, horizontal cracks across handle (all barely visible)


Price:
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Comments:
Toby jugs are very rarely signed. Sampson Smith began pottery production in 1846.



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