H.M. Stationery Office, Jan 1, 1992 - Antiques & Collectibles - 137 pages
The first book of a series providing a corpus of the types of pottery used in London during the 16th and 17th centuries. It draws upon both the collection in the Museum of London and on dated material from excavations. This volume describes wares from the Surrey-Hampshire border.
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Background to the Border Ware Industry
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assemblages backfilled base diameters base-angle bevelled body Border ware forms Border ware industry Border ware vessels brown glaze carination cesspit chafing dishes chamber pots clay contexts from London cordons corpus cups decoration deep dishes deposits drinking vessels early 16th-century early 17th EC4 Supervisor examples excavated contexts externally fabric Farnborough Hill flanged dishes found in London fuming pots glaze colour glazed inside green-glazed grooves Hawley height Holling's Inns of Court jars kiln groups kiln material kiln sites late 16th late 16th-century contexts late 17th century lid-seating maximum girth medieval Surrey whiteware mid-17th century money-boxes mugs Museum of London neck Pearce and Vince Plate porringers pottery Reading Beds Red Border ware redwares Reserve Collection ribbed Rim diameters range rim forms rounded drinking jugs shape sherds skillets straight-sided thickened Tin-glazed TPIP tripod pipkins Tudor Green Type unthickened upright candlesticks vertical loop ware forms found yellow glaze