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White stoneware jug, commemorating Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805). The neck is reeded, and the upper part of the jug and the top of the handle are glazed dark brown. The bottom of the jug is decorated with cane-ribbed moulding and the handle terminates in acanthus leaves. The surface of the body is roughened and is decorated with applied reliefs. Britannia is shown on one side with a shield, spear, lion and cornucopia pointing to Victory who blows a trumpet and holds a wreath. A warship is placed under the lip and on the other side of the jug, a naval officer is depicted holding a speaking trumpet, with a missing right arm, who is intended to represent Nelson. There is a gun behind him and trophies above. The maker's mark is impressed on the base.
T. & J. Hollins
- Image reference: E5942
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Walter Collection