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Liverpool Large Creamware Jug with American Ship, Inscribed "Charles"

Origin England
Period 18th Century
Materials pearlware pottery
Dimensions
W. 10.5 in; H. 10.25 in; D. 7.5 in;
W. 26.67 cm; H. 26.04 cm; D. 19.05 cm;
Condition Good.
Creation Date late 18th Century
Description Liverpool Creamware Jug with American Ship and name Charles Below
Probably Herculaneum Pottery,
Circa 1800-10.
(Ref NY9126/KIMR)

The large jug with a printed image of an American ship and the name Charles inscribed below. On the reverse side, The Turners Arms printed in black and white with the motto "Join Truth With Trust and a rose below. Below the spout are the initials "CLC". Charles is most likely the name of the owner or captain.

Reference: See Success to America: Creamware For The American Market featuring the S. Robert Teitelman Collection at Winterthur, Page 168-169, #47, for a similar jug depicting the Orestes.

Page 174-175, #49 shows a jug with the same printed ship design used as an advert for the packet service between the ports of New York and Liverpool by the firm Cropper, Benson & Co.

10 1/4 inches high x 7-1/2 inches deep x 10 1/2 inches wide

The Worshipful Company of Joiners and Ceilers is one of the Livery Companies in the City of London. The Guild of St James Garlickhythe, the company's predecessor, named after the church where it was founded, was formed in 1375. The organization of wood craftsmen, who were known at various times as fusters, carvers, and joiners, received a Royal Charter of incorporation in 1571. The craft of 'ceiling' refers to the application and installation of both wall and ceiling wood paneling.

The Company has traditionally been separate from the Worshipful Company of Carpenters, for historically Joiners attached wood using glue or other similar materials, while carpenters used nails or pegs. After many years of not fully supporting their original craft ideas.

The company ranks 41st in the order of precedence of the livery companies. Its motto, created by John Wilkes, a past master of the company in 1774, is Join Loyalty With Liberty.
Styles / Movements Traditional
Dealer Reference Number NY9126/KIMR
Incollect Reference Number 407053
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