Partridge majolica toby jug produced by Salins Pottery of France circa 1910. Partridges are medium-sized game birds, generally intermediate in size between the larger pheasants, smaller quail; they're ground-dwelling birds that feature variable plumage coloration across species, with most tending to grey and brown. Partridges are native to Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. Some species are found nesting on steppes or agricultural land, while other species prefer more forested areas. They nest on the ground and have a diet consisting of seeds and insects.
This is a unique and beautiful jug.