A selection of ceramics through the ages (5 second delay) Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology The Collections:
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Early Europe & Near East
Classical to Medieval
Europe from 1500
Oriental & Islamic

2000 years of pottery forms and shapes
Post Medieval AD 1600 - 1720


  • Common name Staffordshire/Bristol slipware
  • Class Necked cup
  • Height 142mm
  • Identifier PW148
  • Production centre in north Staffordshire or Bristol, Gloucestershire
  • Distribution throughout the Midlands and south west England
  • Use as a drinking vessel
  • Date Late 17th - 18th century AD
  • Published in Mellor 1997b, Fig. 14, 15
  • Historic context a property in Radcliffe Square, Oxford pre-dating the building of the Radcliffe Camera c. 1737 AD
  • Presented by T W Jackson's executors
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