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Skull Treasure Island glass character jug - Luminarc USA circa 2010

Skull glass character jug produced by Luminarc USA of Millville, New Jersey, circa 2010 for the Treasure Island Hotel and Casino of Las Vegas, Nevada. This pirate skull jug imagery is taken from the pirate symbol called the Jolly Roger. The Jolly Roger, or Skull-and-Crossbones, was first used by a French pirate, Emmanuel Wynne, about 1700. Historically, the skull and crossbones symbol was used by pirate ships to inform the targets they're about to attack.

Maker:

Luminarc USA

United States

circa 2010

Model #:

Glass

character jug

Size:

medium

Height:

6 1/2"

Skull Treasure Island glass character jug - Luminarc USA circa 2010
Skull Treasure Island glass character jug - Luminarc USA circa 2010
Skull Treasure Island glass character jug - Luminarc USA circa 2010
Skull Treasure Island glass character jug - Luminarc USA circa 2010
Skull Treasure Island glass character jug - Luminarc USA circa 2010
Skull Treasure Island glass character jug - Luminarc USA circa 2010
Skull Treasure Island glass character jug - Luminarc USA circa 2010
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