Little jug
Little jug
Little jug

Little jug


PRE ORDER - shipping from 1st May


These are little handheld pouring jugs in a matt natural finish. The small size is great for individual milk serving or maybe some cream over your pudding. The larger size could work as a gravy jug for two or an individual custard serving : )

Small: H 5cm x W 6


Medium: H 7 x W 7.5


Handmade from stoneware clay on the potter’s wheel and finished with a glaze fired to a high temperature. These pieces are durable enough for everyday use, microwave and dishwasher safe. Hand washing is advised as a way to be more gentle with your precious pottery. 

I prefer glazes with personality, those which move a little bit in the kiln and provide different finishes, making each pot unique. I have made every effort to ensure product photographs, description and details listed on the site are accurate. However, slight differences in colour and texture may occur. Please note all measurements are approximate.


Pre-order opens from 6 pm 22nd March and closes at 6 pm on 29th March. There are limited quantities are available. Each piece will be made by hand to order, ready to ship from 1st May, approximately. Free shipping to the UK only for orders over £250. International shipping available.

Free collection is also available from Stepney City Farm, London E1 by appointment, choose the COLLECT option at checkout.

Terms and Conditions

If you are not entirely happy with your purchase please let me know within 14days of receiving it and send it back unused for a full refund. I will not cover shipping cost on returns.  It is recommended that you return items via registered mail so that you have proof of dispatch in case the item is lost. 

If your order is to be delivered outside the European Union, it may attract import duty and local sales taxes which customers will need to pay on receipt of the shipment. Any additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by you. These rules vary by country and your local government determines duty and customs charges, so you should contact your local customs office for further information. Any import duties that may arise for returned items will also need to be covered by you.