A Sunderland Lustre jug, mid 19th century, shouldered form, transfer printed to each side with a scene 'Pond in which the body of Weare was found', depicting the extraction of a corpse from the Hill Slough pond, Elstree, 1823, 18.5cm high Note: the Radlett of Elstree Murder was a widely publicised and reported crime and trial around the killing of William Weare in Radlett, Hertfordshire in 1823, by John Thurtell, over a gambling debt.

Sold for: £5,500

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