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Squire toby jug - Royal Doulton 1950 - 1969

Squire toby jug designed by Harry Fenton and produced by Royal Doulton of Burslem, England, from 1950 to 1969. In medieval times, a squire was a young nobleman who was attendant on a knight or served the nobility in their castle for a specified period of time. A squire was also an English country landowner as depicted in this popular toby jug. This jug's design is a modification from Harry Simeon's stoneware Standing Man toby jug., which in turn had its roots in the 19th century standing man tobies of various makers and the 18th century Bottle and Goblet Toby designs of early potters.

Maker:

Royal Doulton

England

1950 - 1969

Model #:

D6319

toby jug

Size:

medium

Height:

6"

Squire toby jug - Royal Doulton 1950 - 1969
Squire toby jug - Royal Doulton 1950 - 1969
Squire toby jug - Royal Doulton 1950 - 1969
Squire toby jug - Royal Doulton 1950 - 1969
Squire toby jug - Royal Doulton 1950 - 1969
Squire toby jug - Royal Doulton 1950 - 1969
Squire toby jug - Royal Doulton 1950 - 1969
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