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Vicar medium green toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1950

Vicar medium toby jug produced in a green colorway by Wedgwood & Company of Tunstall, England, circa 1950 using its Unicorn tradename. A vicar is a senior priest in the Church of England. Vicars have various titles based on what role they are performing. An apostolic vicar is a bishop or priest who heads a missionary particular Church that is not yet ready to be a full diocese – he stands as the local representative of the Pope, in the Pope's role ais bishop of all unorganized territories. A vicar capitular, who exercises authority in the place of the diocesan chapter, is a temporary ordinary of a diocese during a sede vacante period. This vicar is standing in his pulpit delivering a fiery Sunday sermon to his parishioners.

Maker:

Wedgwood & Company

England

circa 1950

Model #:

764/3

toby jug

Size:

medium

Height:

4 1/4"

Vicar medium green toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1950
Vicar medium green toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1950
Vicar medium green toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1950
Vicar medium green toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1950
Vicar medium green toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1950
Vicar medium green toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1950
Vicar medium green toby jug - Wedgwood & Company circa 1950
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