White Enamel Water Jug
A good-looking large white enamel water jug - which would make a great indoor watering can for houseplants.
History of enamel in the home
Up until the mid 19th century kitchen vessels were either ceramic or tin. Although the enamelling process had been invented hundreds of years before, it took the Industrial Revolution to drive forward the quality of vitreous enamelling and its application to everyday household objects; and by the end of the 19th Century enamelled kitchen items of all shapes and sizes had become commonplace.
Year of manufacture: c.1950
Material: enamelled steel
Width from handle to spout 21cm
Condition: good, with some minor rust marks and some minor knocks to the enamel - see images.