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

English delftware, London and London/Bristol types; identifier pw28
  • Common name English delftware, London and London/Bristol types
  • Class Tiny hemispherical bowl and tiny cylindrical mug
  • Height left, 40mm, right, 62mm
  • Identifier PW28
  • Production centre workshops in London or Bristol
  • Distribution throughout southern England
  • Use for drinking tea or chocolate
  • Date early-mid 18th and late 17th century AD
  • Published in Ray 2000, no 13, 24 (mug)
  • Historic context the cup from a property on the line of King Edward Street, Oxford; the mug from a property in north-eastern suburb of Oxford
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