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The silver-plated “Normandie” water jug from Puiforcat is a discreetly elegant addition to your dining table. It features an elegant integrated medallion and can be engraved with your personal message or initials on request.

Saintonge pottery is an important form of tin-glazed earthenware produced in Rouen, Normandy, France since at least the 1540s. This jug, dating to the medieval period, is decorated with a vine scroll motif characteristic of this type of faience.


From Normandy, France, this polished brass milk jug was hand-crafted circa 1850. Its outer body is lightly textured with hammering and features an applied neck collar. The jug has a thick handle that is affixed to the decorative midsection. Its pouring rim is rolled to strengthen it from chipping and has a protuberant ridge running along the circumference. A molded lid with a riveted handle completes the design. The jug has a recessed bottom, and is about 15.5 cm (6.2 inches) in height.

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