Jug with the Amsterdam Coat-of-Arms, Jan Emens Mennicken (workshop of), c. 1585 - c. 1599

Jug with the Amsterdam Coat-of-Arms, Jan Emens Mennicken (workshop of), c. 1585 - c. 1599

vitrification, h 26.5cm × d 14.7cm More details

On the body of this jug are three ovals with the Amsterdam coat-of-arms. The jug was thus made especially for use in this city. It was produced for export in the German town of Raeren. In the ovals is the date [15]85. The letters IE stand for its maker, Jan Emens, an important Raeren stoneware pottery maker.

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