Gluggle Jugs are aptly named due to the 'glug glug' sound produced when pouring from the jug. A genius creation that makes a great talking point at your dinner party. It will quickly become your favourite Kitchen and household item simply due to it's beautiful uniqueness.


Also known as glug glug or gurgle jugs, gluggle jugs were originally made in Staffordshire over a hundred years ago. The most widely known manufacturer was Dartmouth Pottery and in 2002 when Dartmouth Pottery closed down, Wade Ceramics purchased the gluggle jug mould.

Gluggle jugs are named from the unique noise they emit when pouring. This results from air being trapped in the fish's tail when filling which 'glug's as it escapes during pouring.

In 1958 , a special pair of gluggle jugs were made for presentation to the Queen and Prince Philip on their visit to Britannia Naval College to present New Colours. Undoubtedly, this gift helped the popularity of the jugs, and they have become great collector’s items.

The truly amazing thing about this spectacular jug is that it is fully versatile and can be used for a wide range of uses. The list below is just a few ideas of what you can use it for in your country home.

  1. The classic water jug - pour your guests their favourite drink in style
  2. Flower vase -  display fresh posies in your favourite room of the house
  3. Stationary holder - for those creatives out there, store your favourite tools in something a little bit different.
  4. Utensil jar - add your favourite splash of colour to your kitchen counter top.
  5. Cocktail jug - start your party right with a range of gluggle colours each containing your favourite cocktail
Browse the stunning collection of colours here and add that something special to your. We always love to see lifestyle images of how people use their gluggle jug so please get in touch with us via Facebook or tag us on Instagram.

Post By Robert H