Milk jug used by Olga Cavedon (nee Andreetta) in Carlton. Olga came to Australia from the province of Vicenza in 1926, when she was 18 months old, with her mother and sister. Her father had migrated a few years earlier, he was a tailor of well renown in Carlton. The family lived in Grattan Street Carlton, in a house still occupied by the family. Olga married Giovanni Cavedon in 1948. The Cavedon's were tobacco farming pioneers of the Ovens Valley area during the 1930s.

Physical Description

Fawn cylindrical ceramic jug with a curved lip and an oval shaped handle on one side. Around the top is painted a wide brown band which extends into the top of the jug and along the top of the handle. The sides taper slightly inwards from the base. The surfaces of the jug have been glazed.

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