A medieval jug which is a highlight of Bonhams’ Oak Sale in New Bond Street on March 15.

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The late 14th or 15th century baluster-shaped jug with flash-line and multiple spacers or chaplets to the body, shares similarities with three of the rarest and most celebrated examples from the period: the Wenlok jug in Luton Museum, the Robinson jug in the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Asante jug in the British Museum.

Estimate £30,000-50,000.