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Mr. Winkle character jug - Longton New Art Pottery circa 1955

Mr. Winkle character jug produced by Longton New Art Pottery of Longton, England, circa 1955 using its Kelsboro Ware tradename. Nathaniel Winkle is a fictional character in Charles Dickens's first novel, The Pickwick Papers (1836). A founder and younger member of the Pickwick Club created by the retired businessman Samuel Pickwick, Winkle is a young friend of Pickwick's and his travelling companion. Although a city dweller, Winkle considers himself an outdoor sportsman, though he turns out to be dangerously inept when handling horses and guns. His ineptitude, especially with guns, becomes a running joke throughout the novel.

Maker:

Longton New Art Pottery

England

circa 1955

Model #:

character jug

Size:

medium

Height:

3 1/2"

Mr. Winkle character jug - Longton New Art Pottery circa 1955
Mr. Winkle character jug - Longton New Art Pottery circa 1955
Mr. Winkle character jug - Longton New Art Pottery circa 1955
Mr. Winkle character jug - Longton New Art Pottery circa 1955
Mr. Winkle character jug - Longton New Art Pottery circa 1955
Mr. Winkle character jug - Longton New Art Pottery circa 1955
Mr. Winkle character jug - Longton New Art Pottery circa 1955
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