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Secessionist Copper & Brass Jug
Unmarked Secessionist copper and brass lidded jug, almost certainly Austrian or German and dating from the late 1800’s. Very similar to the work of Carl Deffner.
Strong Secessionist styling with the main body in polished copper and the handle, hinge and decorative detail in contrasting brass.
An eyecatching piece and in good condition apart from a forward bend to the top button on the lid, which still fits in snug fashion.
Approximately 20 cm tall and with a capacity of around a pint and a half.