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17th century Bellamine jug

This is a century 'witch bottle' - the ‘charms’ within the bottles (hair, nails, and even blood) were used to protect properties against evil spirits or deflect curses.

Salt-glazed stoneware, with moulded applied decoration, c. 1600-1650, Germany

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Rhenish stoneware bottle with moulded applied decoration, Frechen,

A traditional witch bottle or Bartmann Jar photographed by us the Museum of Witchcraft, Boscastle, Cornwall

A traditional witch bottle or Bartmann Jar photographed by us the Museum of Witchcraft, Boscastle, Cornwall

17TH CENTURY BELAMINE JUG.    OLD CHIPS TO RIM, HANDLE AND BASE.  9" HIGH.

17TH CENTURY BELAMINE JUG. OLD CHIPS TO RIM, HANDLE AND BASE. 9" HIGH.

Antique over sized tiger glaze stoneware Bellarmine 17th century Germany

Antique over sized tiger glaze stoneware Bellarmine century Germany

TUDOR 16TH CENTURY FRECHEN TIGER GLAZE STONEWARE  JUG - British Found.

TUDOR 16TH CENTURY FRECHEN TIGER GLAZE STONEWARE JUG - British Found

TUDOR 16TH CENTURY FRECHEN TIGER GLAZE STONEWARE JUG - British Found.

Stoneware, Salt Glaze, Jugs, Westerwald, German, 16th and 17th Century, Ad5-15

Stoneware, Salt Glaze, Jugs, Westerwald, German, 16th and 17th Century, Ad5-15

Bartmann jug: 16th-17th century

Bartmann jug: century by .

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