By 'jug' is meant any piece with a formed spout in its lip, and a handle attached to the body on the side opposite the spout. (Never mind that most Remued jugs were just decorative or for use as vases, not really intended for pouring.)
(and vases etc.)
Jugs whose main body shape includes a prominent conical element.
Short and plump; width equals or exceeds height.
Jugs with a bulbous base and
flaring or elongated throat
Less than about 10 cm tall
Very tall jugs
More than about 24 cm tall
Other jug shapes
A few jugs that don't fit any of the above categories.
Un-numbered PPP jugs