Gurgling water jugs were invented in the late 1870s by the British company Thomas Forester & Sons. However, most people associate these jugs with the British "Dartmouth Pottery", which first gave the jug its fish-shaped design.
A special pair of water jugs was made for the English Queen and Prince Philip in 1958 and presented to them during their visit to Britannia Naval College. The then head of the college commissioned the making of the jugs and provided them with the royal seal and date. Through this gift, the water jug became popular and a collector's item.
Since then, the jugs have been sold in the United States and England, and more recently in German-speaking countries (initially only in Germany, Austria and Switzerland) under the name Gluckigluck. In the meantime they are sold everywhere.
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