The Gluggle Jug is a fish-shaped water jug that gurgles delightfully when it pours, making it both fun and functional. It’s a great conversation piece with a rich history. Gluggle jugs were first produced in the late 1800's in Staffordshire, England, and the merry glugging sound has made these a favorite among collectors for more than 100 years. And would you believe they’re even fit for royalty? Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip have a pair of bespoke Gluggles that date back to 1958, and it’s rumored that Prince Charles still uses one to pour water into his scotch.
The Gluggle Jugs are now produced in Portugal to the same high quality standards. The jugs are fully glazed, dishwasher safe, and hold up to 40 ounces. The fish-shaped vessels also exhibit beautifully as decorative vases or containers.