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Delftware tile

Tin-glazed earthenware tiles were used to decorate walls and fireplaces. They often showed moral or religious scenes, like this one which depicts Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden....

Money box

This ceramic money box was made in c.1862 by a member of the Fishley family, either Edmund or his brother George. Edmund was born in 1806, Robert in 1808, to...

Delftware cup

This cup is decorated with flowers and symbols which imitate Chinese porcelain. It was excavated from a rubbish pit dating from around 1660, and is one of the best examples...

Bowl and cover

This bowl and cover was created by Robert Fishley in 1844. Robert was born in 1808, the second son of George Fishley.George Fishley established a long lasting dynasty of potters,...

Mantle ornament

This mantle ornament was created in 1855 by George Fishley. George established a long lasting dynasty of potters, opening a pottery at Fremington, North Devon in 1811. Over the decades...

Delftware bowl

This bowl is one of the most complete examples of tin-glazed earthenware to be found in Exeter. It was made in London between 1620 to 1640....

Tin-glazed earthenware dish

The images on this dish include birds, flowers and leaves. It was discovered during archaeological excavations in Exeter....

Drug jar

Pots like these were used to store ointments and were made by various pottery workshops across Europe. This tin-glazed earthenware jar was made in Bristol or the Netherlands, and discovered...