Sunderland Lustre Pottery Jug

Contributed by Alan Rigg

Sunderland Lustre Pottery Jug

Pottery produced in the area around the port of Sunderland reflecting local
industry of shipping, mining and engineering. This item by Dixon&Co shows the cast iron bridge erected over the river Wear in 1796

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Sunderland

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20cm
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20cm
D:
20cm
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