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Jug is a container commonly used to hold liquid. It has an opening narrow or long. At potterymarket there are some exclusive jugs available from top vendors like Emma Bridgewater and Heron Cross.

There are exclusive collection of different types of Jug available at Pottery Market. Pottery Market has pottery jug, measuring jug, lemonade jug, sauce jug and various other types of jug. We have also jugs from different vendors like Emma Bridgewater, Charlote Watson, John Lewis, Kitchen Craft etc.
For a refresing morning breakfast with citric juice to boost your health, this jug is just perfect. Oranges 6  pint jug, for water with wow factor, pop this  big and bold Oranges jug on the table.
Peacock 6 pint jug: Don't be shy showing off this peacock jug. After all, its made to be admired.
Rose and Bee 6 pint jug: Our stunning six pint jug really shows off Rose and Bees folksy roses and exotic Persian border. Beautiful on its own, its also the perfect home for an armful of roses from the garden.
Wallflower 6 pint jug : For elderflower or freshly pressed lemonade, our wallflower Jug shouts out that summer is finally on its way.
Halo Large Jug: Made in England included in our 10 year guarantee expertly glazed to prevent chipping and enhance duarability. Suitable for oven microwave and freezer dishwasher safe. capacity 650ml. Halo is a unique design which incorporates two tones of glaze to produce a striking speckled finish. Produced at Denby Pottery in Derbyshire, Halo has been handcrafted to the highest standard. A full range of Denby Glassware accessories and cookstop products are available to complement your Denby halo range.Stoneware clay is very strong. It is fully vitrified(the surface is made glassy and non-porous) which gives it strength durability and chip resistance. It can be safely usedin dishwasher while constant dishwashing may discolour the pottery.We recommend using low temperature and liquid detergents.Using microwave as a means of warming empty dinnerware can cause damage to both your dinnerware and microwave and is not recommended. All pottery and china can crack if exposed to sudden changes in temperature no matter how strong it is. So please dont take items from the freezer and put them straight into the oven or microwave. Please do  not expose to direct heat source such as the hob or grill.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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