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There seem to be three fairly distinct groups of Fulham jugs. The first, and presumably approximating to the ownership of Charles White, the last descendant of John Dwight, have on the smaller sizes a bouquet of national symbols. The second normally have churches (click button below for variations of church sprig) and are attributed to Bailey on the basis of marked examples. The final group are almost always impressed with the oval Fulham Pottery mark and have a Doulton type handle.

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White 1830s-1860s?

Bailey 1860s-1880s?

Cheavin 1880s-1900?