Shape Type: Miscellaneous

Pattern Type: Commemorative, Heraldic and Historical Events

Date: 1800-1810

Dimensions:

  • Height: 5.35 in (13.60 cm)

Maker: Unknown

Engraver: Thomas Baddeley

Printer: Thomas Baddeley

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Description:

Creamware jug, made and decorated in Staffordshire. On one side is a stock print of a sailing ship on the other is a printed design derived from the Great Seal of the United States.  Framed within a wreath one half laurel and the other half floral, is the American eagle.  Above his head is a radiant constellation with only 11 stars rather than the correct 13 stars representing the original 13 colonies. There are four additional stars one either side his head and one either side the shield on his breast. The eagle carries a motto ribbon in his beak, and olive branches and arrows in his talons.  At the bottom of the design is a bow of ribbon inscribed "T. BADDELEY HANLEY STAFFSHIRE". Thomas Baddeley was listed in 1800 as engraver & black printer in Hanley.

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