Electioneering Toby jug - Yorkshire 1803

Electioneering Toby jug made in the Yorkshire region of England 1803. Called an Electioneering Toby jug because the jug he is holding is promoting a candidate in the upcoming election. Yorkshire tobies have some distinct characterists including a six-sided goblet white tri-corn hat with scalloped edging and sponged underglaze bright colors around the base painted dots for eyebrows and a ship's figurehead handle. This is a very rare jug.

Maker:

Yorkshire

England

19th century

Model:

Yorkshire

Height:

large

Electioneering Toby jug - Yorkshire 1803
Electioneering Toby jug - Yorkshire 1803
Electioneering Toby jug - Yorkshire 1803
Electioneering Toby jug - Yorkshire 1803
Electioneering Toby jug - Yorkshire 1803
Electioneering Toby jug - Yorkshire 1803
Electioneering Toby jug - Yorkshire 1803