Listed here are a few jug shapes that don't fit readily under any of the other headings.

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Slender jug, bulbous at base and narrowing upward, with flared lip.

Early Series / PPP 13

Large plump jug, square handle

Early Series 40


Jugs, wide flaring shape with 3-way mouth

Early Series 47

Teardrop-shaped jugs

Early Series / PPP 64
Early Series 421

South Perth Antiques & Collectables,
South Perth, WA

Wide jug with high spout

Early Series 242

Tall slender jug, dimpled sides, high spout

Later Series 181
'A' Series / Kerryl A107  (no example recorded)

Michael West
Globe-shaped jug

Pamela 29
Early Series 165

Tall jug, high lip, ribbed base

Later Series 176

Shepparton Art Gallery

Dennis Spark
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Small jug with cylindrical base and bulbous top

Early Series 7

Conic jug with 3-way mouth

Early Series 456

Tall jug, wide throat and mouth

Early Series 189

Hurnall's Antiques & Decorative Arts

Jug, bulbous body with conic flaring lip and foot

Pamela Series 28
Early Series 166
Hurnall's Antiques & Decorative Arts

Long-necked ewer with flaring spout

'A' Series / Kerryl A77        Slip cast

Maria & Stan Koba

Upright jug with foot

Early Series 22       (No example recorded)

Some un-numbered jugs
Collection; Andrew McGowan           Collection; Joe Terni                              Marvin Hurnall
Plump jugs with wide open mouth. Height; 18-20 cm. Bases incised Remued, un-numbered.
Multiple examples are recorded but none is numbered. They look very early, presumably before numbering was introduced in 1934.