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Jug

Swansea pottery jug decorated with flowers and the words ‘MARY CLARK BERRYNARBOUR 1802’. Berrynarbor is a village in North Devon....

Pottery fragment

This sherd is the handle of a vessel. It is made of Normandy gritty ware and is decorated with an applied thumb strip. The context in which it was found...

Normandy pottery

This sherd of pottery is from a vessel which was made in Normandy, France. Several types of Saxo-Norman pottery made in France have been found in Exeter and show cross-channel...

Vase

The Longpark Pottery was established on Newton Road, Torquay in 1883. Originally it produced unglazed ware like the Watcombe pottery, but after 1900 glazes were used, often with decorative...

Pottery fragments

These two sherds from a single vessel came from the Cathedral Close. They have a pimply surface and an olive-green glaze with dark brown specks. They are similar to examples...

Pottery fragment

This sherd of Ham Green Ware is handmade and is indented with ‘D. Dawson’. It was excavated from Exe Bridge in the late 1970s....

Pottery fragment

This is a sherd which could come from the rim of a small bowl or the base of a pottery lamp. It is made from a sandy white fabric and...

Aller Vale Pottery vase

This vase was created during the 1890s at Aller Vale Pottery. The pottery was situated in Kingskerwell, a quiet South Devon village found between Newton Abbot and Torquay. It...

Grooved ware pottery

This type of Neolthic pottery takes its name from the characteristic grooved decoration. Similar pots were made across south-west England and were used for cooking and storing food. This fragment...

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