Bottle

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Date:1400 - 1499 (c.)

Description:A bottle from London Wall, London. It is gourd shaped and is thought to have been a harvester's bottle. The bottle is made of brown clay with a pattern of circular ridges around body and neck. It has a round globular body with a long narrow spout.


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1300s
Sherds
Sherds

These seven fragments of a large, Medieval, coarseware dish or bowl were found in ...

1400s
Pot
Pot

An English earthenware watering pot from Westminster. The pot was used to water ...

1500s
Pot
Pot

An English earthenware watering pot from Westminster. The pot was used to water ...

1600s
Jar
Jar

A Delft (tin-glazed earthenware) ointment jar from London Wall. It has a grey-brown ...

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Donor ref: LEAMG : M13.1914 (59/20592)

Source: Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum

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