A very large Arts & Crafts style copper hot water jug dating to the late 19th to early 20th century. It has a hinged handle to the top and a sturdy strap handle to the back. It was probably intended to hold hot water to fill bathtubs but would be very heavy when full. It is unmarked but was probably made by Bulpitt & Sons of Birmingham. The copper has a lovely aged patina. Its size makes it a great decorative piece. It has a few minor dints and dents but otherwise is in very good condition.
The measurements given are for the jug with handle folded down - when the handle is up it measures a total of 37" tall.