Quaker Woman toby jug blue robe - Minton circa 1865

Quaker Woman majolica toby jug wearing a blue robe produced by Minton circa 1865. The Quaker Woman is a member of the Religious Society of Friends, a Christian sect founded by George Fox around 1650. More commonly referred to as the Lady with a Fan toby jug today, this jug is listed in the Minton shape book as Quaker Woman. Her long hair forms the handle of the pitcher. The Quaker Woman is a pair with the Quaker Man and can be found in a variety of colorways.

Maker:

Minton

England

circa 1865

1139

Model #:

Majolica

Height:

11 1/2"

large

Size:

Quaker Woman toby jug blue robe - Minton circa 1865
Quaker Woman toby jug blue robe - Minton circa 1865
Quaker Woman toby jug blue robe - Minton circa 1865
Quaker Woman toby jug blue robe - Minton circa 1865
Quaker Woman toby jug blue robe - Minton circa 1865
Quaker Woman toby jug blue robe - Minton circa 1865
Quaker Woman toby jug blue robe - Minton circa 1865