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: G336

: Applied Art

: jug

: Broad-shouldered tapering in to base, short wide neck with pouring lip; plain handle. Silver lustre neck and handle; body with red ground reserving two large ovoid panels printed in black and overpainted in coloured enamels: on one side, a woman with rake between two seated men; in background, two figures in a field of wheat stooks, a tree, buildings; on opposite side, a quartered shield with wheat stook and farming implements supported by woman with churn and man with scythe; a plough above and inscription: 'THE FARMERS ARMS // God Speed the // PLOUGH'.

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: 1810-1830

: Given by C.Gardiner, 1904.