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Gluggle Jug

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Gluggle Jug

The irresistible Gluggle Jug is the perfect centrepiece for any occasion. Since first being made in the 1870s, the jug has captivated users with its happy ‘gluggling’ sound.

The sound, emanating from the fish’s mouth when liquid is poured at three quarters full, has brought entertainment and novelty to dinner tables for nearly 150 years.

And the popularity of this iconic, ever-so quirky jug increases with every generation, not just in the UK, but all around the world – particularly delighting American consumers for over 60 years.

The Gluggle Jug’s most recent rise to popularity came in the mid-1900s, when Dartmouth Pottery began producing their own range and a pair of bespoke jugs were gifted to the Royal Family on a visit to the Britannia Naval College in 1958.

Today they’re available in a full range of colours. And with the option of personalisation, it’s a truly unique gift for businesses, celebrations or weddings. Or why not just treat yourself?

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