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Magistrate Cornbury toby jug - Geza de Vegh circa 1930

Magistrate Cornbury toby jug produced by sculptor Geza de Vegh in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, circa 1930. Magistrate Cornbury was Edward Hyde, 3rd Earl of Clarendon (1661-1723), and was an English aristocrat and politician. Cornbury's support of King William's reign eventually earned him the governorship of the provinces of New York and New Jersey, serving between 1701 and 1708. Lord Cornbury's conduct as governor has been generally remembered as scandalous. He was accused by his political enemies of being a moral profligate and wildly corrupt. Magistrate Cornbury is dressed in his official garb and holds a parchment in his right hand.

Maker:

Geza de Vegh

United States

circa 1930

Model #:

toby jug

large

Size:

Height:

6 1/2"

Magistrate Cornbury toby jug - Geza de Vegh circa 1930
Magistrate Cornbury toby jug - Geza de Vegh circa 1930
Magistrate Cornbury toby jug - Geza de Vegh circa 1930
Magistrate Cornbury toby jug - Geza de Vegh circa 1930
Magistrate Cornbury toby jug - Geza de Vegh circa 1930
Magistrate Cornbury toby jug - Geza de Vegh circa 1930
Magistrate Cornbury toby jug - Geza de Vegh circa 1930
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