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Large Early Masons Ironstone Jug or Pitcher Hand-Painted Butterflies, Circa 1825
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a large ironstone jug or pitcher in the Hydra Shape with a rare pattern, made by Mason's, of Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England, Circa 1825. The jug is octagonal with a goo...
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Antique Early 19th Century English George IV Ceramics

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Ironstone

Rare Georgian Mason's Ironstone Cream Jug in Large Stamen Flower Ptn. Ca 1820
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a rare very early Cream Jug in a rare shape, hand painted in the large stamen flower pattern, made by Mason's Ironstone, Lane Delph, England and dating to circa 1813-1820. T...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Dinner Plates

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Ironstone

Rare Late Georgian large Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher in Heron Ptn, Ca 1830
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is an unusual rare shaped, large Jug or pitcher made by Mason's ironstone pottery in the Heron pattern and fully back stamped, dating it to Ca 1830. It has a Rare shape and pat...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Pitchers

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Ironstone

Large Ironstone Milk Jug
Located in Llandudno, Conwy
A very large, ironstone milk jug with front support handle. Really clean undamaged condition. English, circa 1910.
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Early 20th Century British Art Deco Pitchers

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Ceramic

  • Large Ironstone Milk Jug
  • Large Ironstone Milk Jug
  • Large Ironstone Milk Jug
  • Large Ironstone Milk Jug
H 11.42 in. W 7.88 in. D 14.57 in.
Pair of Large White Ironstone Jugs
Located in Bridgehampton, NY
Pair of Very large Ironstone jugs---near Pair---<br /> 1. 14 ins tall, Made in Holland<br /> 2. 15 ins tall, Boch Made in Belgium
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Early 20th Century Belgian Ceramics

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Ironstone

Georgian Mason's large Ironstone Jug or Pitcher Basket Japan Pattern, circa 1820
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good, early Mason's Ironstone large Hydra jug or pitcher in the Basket Japan pattern, made in the English, late Georgian period, circa 1815-1820. The jug has the octagon...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Pitchers

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Ironstone

Large, Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher, "Chinese Dragon" Pattern, circa 1860
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good Hydra Jug or Pitcher by Mason's Ironstone, England. The Jug is octagonal in shape with the snake handle. These jugs were made in a range of sizes, varying fro...
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

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Ironstone

Large, Mason's Ironstone JUG or Pitcher, "Chinese Dragon" Pattern, circa 1835
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good Hydra Jug or pitcher by Mason's Ironstone, England. The Jug is octagonal in shape with the snake handle. These jugs were made in a range of sizes, varying fro...
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Chinoiserie Vases

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Ironstone

Large Georgian Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher Basket Japan Ptn, circa 1820
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good, early Mason's Ironstone large Hydra jug or pitcher in the Basket Japan pattern, made in the English, late Georgian period, circa 1815-1820. This jug is particularl...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Pitchers

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Ironstone

Early Mason's Ironstone Large Jug or Pitcher School House Pattern, circa 1820
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a fine and rare, large ironstone pottery jug or pitcher in the Fenton shape made by Mason's Ironstone, of Lane Delph, Staffordshire, England, circa 1820 The jug is octagonal...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Chinoiserie Ceramics

Materials

Ironstone

Georgian Large Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher Basket Japan Pattern, circa 1820
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good, large, early Mason's Ironstone Hydra jug or pitcher in the Basket Japan pattern, made in the English, late Georgian period, circa 1815-1820. The jug has the octago...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Pitchers

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Ironstone

Large Georgian Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher Basket Japan Ptn, circa 1818
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good, early large Mason's Ironstone Hydra jug or pitcher in the Basket Japan pattern, made in the English, late Georgian period, circa 1815-1820. This jug is partic...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Pitchers

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Ironstone

Georgian Mason's Ironstone Large Jug or Pitcher in Vase & Jardiniere Ptn Ca 1820
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good, early Masons ironstone large jug or pitcher, dating to the early 19th century period of George 111, Circa 1820. The jug has a lovely shape, well potted with a...
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Antique Early 19th Century English George III Pitchers

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Ironstone

Large Mason's Ironstone Jug or Pitcher in Flying Bird Pattern, late 19th Century
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good large size hydra jug or pitcher by Mason's Ironstone, England, which we date to the late 19th Century Ca 1900. The Jug is octagonal in shape with an angular loo...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Chinoiserie Pitchers

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Ironstone

Georgian Large Mason's Jug or Pitcher in Basket Japan Pattern, circa 1820
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a good, large, early Mason's Ironstone Hydra jug or pitcher in the basket Japan pattern, made in the English, late Georgian period, circa 1815-1820. The jug has an octagon...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Pitchers

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Ironstone

Georgian Davenport Large Jug or Pitcher Ironstone Jardinière Ptn, circa 1815
By Davenport Porcelain
Located in Lincoln, Lincolnshire
This is a very good mid to large size Hydra jug or Pitcher made by the Davenport Company of Longport, Staffordshire, England in the late Georgian period, circa 1805-1820, made of Iro...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Pitchers

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Ironstone

English Large Mason's Ironstone Jug
By Mason's Ironstone
Located in Sheffield, MA
A large Mason’s Ironstone octagonal jug with snake handle, flared spout, decorated in blue, iron red and green with flowers, vases and foliage. Black printed mark on bottom: “Mason...
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Antique 19th Century English Pitchers

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Pottery

  • English Large Mason's Ironstone Jug
  • English Large Mason's Ironstone Jug
  • English Large Mason's Ironstone Jug
  • English Large Mason's Ironstone Jug
H 10 in. W 9.5 in. D 7.5 in.

Large Ironstone Jug For Sale on 1stDibs

With a vast inventory of beautiful furniture at 1stDibs, we’ve got just the large ironstone jug you’re looking for. Frequently made of ceramic, ironstone and stoneware, every large ironstone jug was constructed with great care. A large ironstone jug, designed in the Georgian style, is generally a popular piece of furniture. You’ll likely find more than one large ironstone jug that is appealing in its simplicity, but Mason's Ironstone and Davenport Porcelain produced versions that are worth a look.

How Much is a Large Ironstone Jug?

A large ironstone jug can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $662, while the lowest priced sells for $461 and the highest can go for as much as $1,677.

Finding the Right Pitchers for You

Perfect for entertaining, a dinner party or a small luncheon, vintage, new and antique pitchers are versatile pieces to keep in any collection.

Whether you’re dining in the great outdoors, freshening up drinks in the living room or making a batch of fresh-squeezed juice for breakfast in the kitchen, a pitcher is a must-have feature of your dining and entertaining set.

Prior to indoor plumbing and the advent of sinks, people paired a pitcher with a wash basin on their bedside stand. Today, an antique washstand might be used as a nightstand or bedside table. These pitchers, along with the washstand, were essential in any bedroom.

Today, in displaying vintage ceramic pitchers on your Welsh kitchen dresser or in a corner cupboard, you’re inviting a pop of color and an alluring texture to mingle with your other serveware. But when entertaining, you’re likely going to put this decorative vessel to work. Some glazed stoneware and metal pitchers are outfitted with hinged lids to provide insulation, while potters and other craft artists at the time might have made complementary glasses or teacups to pair with their pitchers for a complete serving set. Glass and stoneware pitchers are perfect for serving beverages, but if you’re serving from a metal pitcher, you’ll want to ensure that the material is food-grade stainless steel.

For a simple home accent, consider using that wonderfully aging vintage metal pitcher as a vase for your flowers (be sure to use a watertight plastic liner or insert) or as a receptacle to display and organize your cooking utensils. Given the venturesome design sensibility that we associate with mid-century modernism, a mid-century modern pitcher is going to prove a unique and sophisticated decorative touch to any room in your home. While your farmhouse-style interior is practically begging for the earthy tones of a terracotta pitcher, an ironstone pitcher will bring ornate details to your mantel.

Find a collection of new, vintage and antique pitchers today on 1stDibs.