A substantial salt glazed stoneware jar with pouring spout most likely used for ink, sauce or vinegar.
The distinctive sandpapery texture of salt-glazed stoneware is created by throwing salt into the kiln at the higher temperature firing stage.
Victorian and Edwardian stoneware was mainly produced in Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Nottingham and London.
The Hygge Factor
This jar is tactile and beautifully timeworn, with softened edges. It’s in excellent condition, free from cracks and chips. It adds character and a bit of depth to a neutral scheme and looks beautiful filled with grasses or dried flowers.