Scarce pottery Jug, Varde in Denmark, ca. 16th.-18th. century AD.
These black-glazed pottery jugs and pots were made from medieval times to 19th. century. This particular jug is one of the finest examples we've seen from the region around Varde that produced the best pottery in Jutland. Finely made with glossy black glaze.
Size: 20-21 cm. tall, incl. the lid.
Condition: Hairline repairs and small chip to lid, as is typical for this fragile type.
Provenance: The Estate of Carl-johan Hummeltoft (1958-2020), Birkerød, Denmark. Carl-Johan was a vivid collector and among other areas, he held an impressive collection of early European pottery and metal items.