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Gluggle Jug

Glug Glug Jugs were originally made by Thomas Forester & Son in Staffordshire in the late 1870s. However, most people will associate these jugs with Dartmouth Pottery, who originally produced a fish shaped water jug which they called ‘Gurgling Fish Jugs…..a novelty which always attracts attention’. When Dartmouth Pottery closed in 2002, Wade Ceramics had the opportunity to buy the fish jug mould and have continued to produce the jugs since then. Previously only exported to the USA, Gluggle Ltd hopes to resurrect their popularity in the UK and together with Wade Ceramics, they have developed a range of brand new colours which gives the jugs a more contemporary feel.

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Glug Glug Jugs were originally made by Thomas Forester & Son in Staffordshire in the late 1870s. However, most people will associate these jugs with Dartmouth Pottery, who originally produced a fish shaped water jug which they called ‘Gurgling Fish Jugs…..a novelty which always attracts attention’. When Dartmouth Pottery closed in 2002, Wade Ceramics had the opportunity to buy the fish jug mould and have continued to produce the jugs since then. Previously only exported to the USA, Gluggle Ltd hopes to resurrect their popularity in the UK and together with Wade Ceramics, they have developed a range of brand new colours which gives the jugs a more contemporary feel.

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