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Image of Gallery in South Kensington
On display at V&A South Kensington
Glass, Room 131

Jug

1862 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Jug and stand, engraved glass, designed by F. W. Moody and made by Pellatt & Co., Falcon Glassworks, London, 1862

Object details

Categories
Object type
Parts
This object consists of 2 parts.

  • Vase
  • Base
Materials and techniques
Glass, engraved
Brief description
Jug and stand, engraved glass, designed by F. W. Moody and made by Pellatt & Co., Falcon Glassworks, London, 1862
Dimensions
  • Glass jug without stand height: 29cm
Style
Marks and inscriptions
'Pellatt' (Maker's mark, engraved at the base of the handle)
Gallery label
Jug and stand , engraved England (London), 1862 designed by F. W. Moody and made by Pellatt & Co., Falcon Glassworks Gift of Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh (Circ.617 &A-1967) .(18/06/2009)
Credit line
Given by the Royal Scottish Museum, Edinburgh
Object history
This jug was awarded the first prize for engraved designs submitted by students from the Schools of Art in a competition organised by Apsley Pellatt & Co., and shown in the London International Exhibition in 1862. F. W. Moody was studying at the South Kensington School of Art.
Bibliographic reference
B. Morris, Victorian Table Glass and Ornaments, London 1978, pp. 78, 82, fig 43
Other number
9194 - Glass gallery number
Collection
Accession number
CIRC.617&A-1967

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Record createdJune 18, 2009
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