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I love the lady head vases and currently don't have any, however, I am curious anybody might know history of this mug or creamer?  It's more mug size, but the hat almost makes a pouring spout, or perhaps you drink from that side?  The handle is a branch with some mice.  Underside looks like has a faint 303 but it looks to be in ink?  otherwise, no markings.  I picked her up a thrift store so no clue where she came from.

Anybody have a clue about this?  Thought this might be a good group to post in and with the email I received about the contest, thought I'd post this to enter and to see if can get history on this lady thingy :)



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This is a Character Jug. Made originally in England, but those are usually marked. This one might be made in Japan. Also called Toby Jugs.

I agree Sonja.. it's not a Toby but it was probably made in Japan.


I'm not an expert on jugs, mugs and pitchers but to me.. the item looks like a pitcher. I looked in three identification guides and did not find this particular item but I'll keep looking! How tall is it?

It's 4.75" and around 6" wide from top of hat to edge handle.  I'm just learning about head vases and all things vintage and antique.  This site is amazing!  thanks for your help!


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