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Stoneware batter jug with a distinct "wave" pattern, in flawless condition.Brown-slip lined with white tin-oxide outer glaze.This batter jug was made by the White-Foley pottery of Saint-John, New Brunswick in the late 19th century (1870-1890).Shown on page 103 of Donald Webster's book "Early Canadian Pottery".7 5/8" high. Dia. at base 6". Dia. at top 4¾"If you have any questions about this piece, please write to us. We will be happy to answer!Thank you for your purchase.You can count on us!Shipped with insurance and online tracking number to all customers residing in continental North America. All others sent via international mail.