Jug of red earthenware, covered with a mottled greenish-brown glaze. Ovoid body, expanding mouth. The loop handle is missing. Place of Origin Staffordshire, England (made) Date 1600-1700 (made) Materials and Techniques Lead-glazed earthenware Dimensions Height: 20.3 cm taken from Register, Diameter: 10.2 cm taken from Register
Accession number: 62.89 Production date: 1501-1700 Material: ceramic; earthenware Measurements: H 226 mm Museum Section: Post-Medieval Summary: Post-medieval red slipware jug with one handle and a spout.
Jug of buff-coloured earthenware, partly covered with a green glaze. Bulbous body with wide flat base, narrow neck and loop handle. Place of Origin Surrey, England (possibly, made) Hampshire, England (possibly, made) Date ca. 1500-1600 (made) Lead-glazed earthenware Dimensions Height: 11.4 cm taken from Register, Diameter: 10.2 cm taken from Register
Jug of dark red earthenware. Ovoid body, slightly spreading mouth with projecting lip, loop handle. Round the top are two incised lines. Staffordshire(probably, made) 16th century (made) Height: 9 1/8 in , Diameter: 5 1/4 in. Found early 19th C in excavations at Stoke on Trent. Originally thought to have been 15th or 16th C. A nearly cylindrical pot of similar ?, found at High Str, Cheadle on Nov 14 1934 containing 900 coins of the reign of Edward VI and Elizabeth.
Physical description Jug of buff earthenware, partly covered with a green glaze over a white slip. Ovoid body, spreading mouth pinched in front to form a lip, loop handle. Place of Origin Surrey, England (made) Hampshire, England (possibly, made) Date ca. 1500-1600 (made)