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School Master large cream toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1940

School Master large toby jug produced in a cream colorway by Wedgwood & Company of Tunstall, England, circa 1940 using its Unicorn tradename. The word school master, or simply master, refers to a male schoolteacher. This usage survives in British private schools, both secondary and preparatory, and a few Indian boarding schools that were modelled after British public schools but is generally obsolete elsewhere.

Maker:

Wedgwood & Company

England

circa 1940

Model #:

765/1

toby jug

Size:

large

Height:

7"

School Master large cream toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1940
School Master large cream toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1940
School Master large cream toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1940
School Master large cream toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1940
School Master large cream toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1940
School Master large cream toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1940
School Master large cream toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1940
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