Gluggle Jug Large
By Wade Ceramics
A symbol of English kitsch the Gluggle Jug was originally produced by Thomas Forester and Son in Staffordshire in the late 1870s.
The ceramic jugs were used in advertising by breweries and over the years hundreds were made to advertise ‘Plymouth Gin’. Gurgling jugs were intended for use as water jugs, a name they inherited due to the sound they made when the liquid was poured out. When Dartmouth Pottery closed in 2002, Wade Ceramics had the opportunity to begin producing the design and they have been making Gluggle Jugs ever since.
Dimensions: 27 cm
Capacity: 1.3L (5-6 tumblers)
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