£31.00 – £72.00
A nicely balanced pouring jug which pours cleanly.
When making jugs, finding a satisfactory shape is always quite elusive; is it too fat, too narrow, too tall or too dumpy? This is where the pouring jug shape is at the moment. We use them ourselves, and enjoy having them in the kitchen. Although very labour intensive, the applied press moulded spout does seem to pour well, looks lovely, and is certainly worth the extra effort required in making. They sell well, and can make an attractive vase for flowers too.
1.15 litre | 19cm high
550ml | 14cm high
350ml | 11.5cm high
It must be emphasised that A & J Young is a very small enterprise. The hand making process means that every pot will have its own idiosyncrasies. Small impurities in the clay, variations in the glaze colour and some crazing in the glaze are all part of the character of an individual pot and will not affect their function.
Please note that small variations may be noted between the photographs on our website and the pots you receive.
An almost clear glaze with some tin added to make the glaze slightly opaque. The painted colours show up very brightly on this glaze.
A fresh blue which can vary a little in different parts of the kiln. Stamps impressed into the clay show particularly well through this glaze and details are picked out in darker blue.
A classic bottle green which has a pretty brown fleck in it. Decorations are highlighted in cobalt blue.
This colour is made by applying one glaze over another making it thick and rich. Blue, green and often dark red are used to pick out details.
Large size: Postage band B
Medium size: Postage band A
Small size: Postage band A