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Glenda B. Appraiser, Antiques Appraiser
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Experience:  40+ yrs. experience buying and selling antiques as a collector and 14+ yrs. as antique store owner. Member of Association of Online Appraisers and AADA.
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I have a fish jug looks like a majolica but no stamps I can

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I have a fish jug looks like a majolica but no stamps I can see
Submitted: 5 days ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  Glenda B. Appraiser replied 5 days ago.

Hello,

My name is Glenda,

Appraiser for over 40 years.

I am glad to help you.

May I ask who I am speaking to?

Customer: replied 5 days ago.
Sally
Expert:  Glenda B. Appraiser replied 5 days ago.

Hi Sally

Nice to meet you.  Can you tell me what size this is?

Customer: replied 5 days ago.
About 12 inches
Expert:  Glenda B. Appraiser replied 5 days ago.

Thank you,

I am running a search for this be right back

Glenda

Expert:  Glenda B. Appraiser replied 5 days ago.

This is an Antique English Majolica Pottery Fish Jug circa 1880. These are gurgling fish jug or pitcher, with open mouth. The fish tail forms the handle, the gurgling name comes from the gurgling sound of water pouring.  Majolica. This type of jug was often produced by George Morley of Liverpool England. The Fish jug is valued at $300.00-350.00.

Glenda 

Expert:  Glenda B. Appraiser replied 4 days ago.

Hello Sally,

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