Spode hunting scene jug, c.1830

This small Copeland Spode pottery jug with white relief figures was made in Stoke-Upon-Trent, England.

The fox hunt, a popular image on ceramics in the 19th century, was based on an original Wedgwood design.

Jug measures 3-1/2″ tall.

A typical metal replacement handle, with tin bands along the top and bottom, secures the handle to the jug.

An identical jug can be seen in this photo (top row second from the right) from The Old China Book, first published in 1903.

This close up of the photo above shows what the original handle looked like.

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