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Stiff jugs are common and don’t vary a lot. As relatively few examples are dated it is difficult to distinguish 1860s from 1900s. A 1912 dated jug (the year before they were acquired by Doulton) retains all of the standard sprigs. Click for image. Silver mounted lemonade sets of jug and 2 or 4 beakers were popular, and are all, apparently, from the 1870s/80s, and indistinguishable from those illustrated below.

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Each jug is illustrated by six image segments taken at equal (60 degree) intervals.
All units are pints.

Jug Sizes

One quarter pint jugs were offered in 1873 but only one, presumed, example is known (see Early Stiff).