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english slipware Earthenware, Stoneware, French Colonial, Children's Fashion, Sgraffito
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english slipware
Late Medieval AD 1350 - 1450 Common name Nottingham Green Glazed Sandy ware Class Baluster jug with lid Height 380mm Identifier PW47 Production centre in Nottingham Distribution local Use decanter Date 14th - 15th century AD Ceramic Pottery, Medieval Furniture, Beakers, Gold Ceramic, Islamic World, Moyen Age, Pottery Designs
Late Medieval AD 1350 - 1450 Common name Nottingham Green Glazed Sandy ware Class Baluster jug with lid Height 380mm Identifier PW47 Production centre in Nottingham Distribution local Use decanter Date 14th - 15th century AD
Gunta Deģe
Gunta Deģe
Medieval pottery jug from Cydweli Castle 1275-1320 Medieval Life, Medieval Period, Medieval Art, Thrown Pottery
Medieval pottery jug from Cydweli Castle 1275-1320
Gunta Deģe
Gunta Deģe
Flask Date: 1400–1600 Geography: Made in Surrey, England Culture: British Medium: Partially glazed earthenware Ceramic Bottle, Ceramic Clay, African Pottery, Pots, Advanced Ceramics
Flask | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Flask Date: 1400–1600 Geography: Made in Surrey, England Culture: British Medium: Partially glazed earthenware
Tudor stoneware jug from The Rhineland. Tudor House and Garden, Southampton, Hampshire. Porcelain Ceramics, Pottery Ideas, Stoneware Crocks, Rhineland, Victoria And Albert Museum, Cups And Mugs
Tudor Pottery – Come Step Back In Time
Tudor stoneware jug from The Rhineland. Tudor House and Garden, Southampton, Hampshire.
Small British face jug in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 14th century. ID no. 2012.113. Dimensions: 12.1 x 5.5 x 7.5 cm. Ceramics Pottery Art, Aquamanile, Face Jugs
Face Jug | British | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Small British face jug in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 14th century. ID no. 2012.113. Dimensions: 12.1 x 5.5 x 7.5 cm.
A Saxon blackware pottery urn with everted neck and pedestal base, the shoulder decorated with geometric panels of stamped ornament, the body with four solid bosses and groups of incised vertical lines, short section of rim lacking, 6th century A.D., 4.5in high, 6.25in diameter. Anglo Saxon History, Germanic Tribes, Mayan Art, Ancient Pottery, Early Middle Ages, Vase Crafts
A Saxon blackware pottery urn with everted neck and pedestal base, the shoulder decorated with geometric panels of stamped ornament, the body with four solid bosses and groups of incised vertical lines, short section of rim lacking, 6th century A.D., 4.5in high, 6.25in diameter.
Rouen ware jug; painted bands of red slip between vertical and diagonal applied rouletted strips around body, with applied pellets over red slip; horizontal band of red slip and applied pellets around base of neck; rim and most of neck missing; base of rod handle; thin, abraded clear lead glaze overall; base reconstructed; cordon visible just above base. Medieval 13thC Made in: Rouen, Rouen Ware Dimensions Height: 274 millimetres Width: 168 millimetres Depth: 139 millimetres Art Clay, Rouen
jug | British Museum
Rouen ware jug; painted bands of red slip between vertical and diagonal applied rouletted strips around body, with applied pellets over red slip; horizontal band of red slip and applied pellets around base of neck; rim and most of neck missing; base of rod handle; thin, abraded clear lead glaze overall; base reconstructed; cordon visible just above base. Medieval 13thC Made in: Rouen, Rouen Ware Dimensions Height: 274 millimetres Width: 168 millimetres Depth: 139 millimetres
London-type ware. Pottery jug; yellow glaze; pear-shape; North French style decoration: applied vertical strips glazed green and brown; oval section handle. 13th-M.14th c. English Country Style, Image Services, Fine Artwork
jug | British Museum
London-type ware. Pottery jug; yellow glaze; pear-shape; North French style decoration: applied vertical strips glazed green and brown; oval section handle. 13th-M.14th c.
Sue Anderson
Sue Anderson
40.16: jug Production date: Medieval; late 13th-mid 14th century Measurements: H 278 mm; DM 170 mm Wine Jug, London Museums, Two Birds, Decanters
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40.16: jug Production date: Medieval; late 13th-mid 14th century Measurements: H 278 mm; DM 170 mm
Medieval Jug Pottery Form, London Free Museums
Medieval Jug
Florrie Blayden
Florrie Blayden
British Museum - Jug - 13thC - Registration number 1904,1025.1 Old Pottery, Handmade Pottery
jug | British Museum
British Museum - Jug - 13thC - Registration number 1904,1025.1
Jug Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th century Isle Of Dogs, London Wall
Free museum in London
Jug Production Date: Late Medieval; 14th century
Jug Production Date: Early Medieval; late 12th-mid 13th century Medieval History, Ceramic Art, High Middle Ages, Pompeii And Herculaneum
Free museum in London
Jug Production Date: Early Medieval; late 12th-mid 13th century