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MEDIEVAL and Later
Pottery

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WMA 5209

Medieval Stoneware Jug. A dark brown glazed stoneware drinking jug with thumb base, single handle and ribbed sides. 1450-1600 AD. Manufactured in the vicinity of Siegburg, Rhineland and distributed throughout northern Europe and England. 230 mm high. Much of this piece is covered with light surface dirt, but this could be easily removed to reveal a near perfect glazed surface underneath. Very good condition.

275.00

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WMA 5210

Medieval Stoneware Drinking Vessel. A light brown salt glazed stoneware drinking vessel with thumb base, ribbed sides and outward turned rim. 1450-1600 AD. Manufactured in the vicinity of Siegburg, Rhineland and distributed throughout northern Europe and England. 230 mm high. Large chip to the base as can be seen in the image.

125.00

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WMA 5212

Medieval Stoneware Drinking Vessel. A light grey / brown salt glazed stoneware drinking vessel with thumb base, ribbed sides and outward turned rim. 1450-1600 AD. Manufactured in the vicinity of Siegburg, Rhineland and distributed throughout northern Europe and England. 195 mm high. In very good condition.

165.00

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WMA 5213

Medieval Stoneware Pot. A light brown salt glazed stoneware pot with rounded base and outward turned rim. 1450-1600 AD. Manufactured in the vicinity of Siegburg, Rhineland and distributed throughout northern Europe and England. 110 mm high. In very good condition.

130.00

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WMA 5214

Medieval Stoneware Pot. A light brown salt glazed stoneware pot with ribbed sides, rounded base and outward turned rim. Some blackening to the base where it as been used on a fire. 1450-1600 AD. Manufactured in the vicinity of Siegburg, Rhineland and distributed throughout northern Europe and England. 95 mm high. A couple of chips to the rim otherwise in very good condition.

125.00

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