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Pratt ware jug
Pratt ware jug with moulded decoration in relief. On one side is a profile portrait representing Admiral of the Fleet, Adam Duncan (1731-1804) 'ADMIREL (sic) DUNCAN' inscribed on a ribbon across his shoulder. There is a single-masted ship to his left and right and dolphins in a green sea below. On the other side, a profile of Admiral, Sir Henry Trollope (1756-1839) facing right, 'CAPTAIN TROLOP' on the ribbon of his order. A ship is shown to his left, a figure of Fame to his right. A fruiting vine runs around the neck of the jug and leaf decoration around the base. The jug is rather crudely painted in blue green and brown.
- Image reference: E5979
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Walter Collection