This late 16th/early 17th century stoneware saltglazed jug, produced in Raeren, is no. 10 in our ‘find of the week’ series from McAleer & Rushe’s site at Arbor City Hotel, London Aldgate. The neck is moulded with portrait busts within oval panels. It would originally have been mounted with a pewter lid and had an additional moulded frieze on the body. These jugs were used to serve beer, continuing our theme from last week!