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English delftware tankard dated 1630, presumably a wedding present given to JAMES AND ELIZABETH GREENE on the occasion of their marriage ANNO 1630. In addition, it bears the earliest example known to me of the popular gift-inscription, THE GIFT IS SMALL / GOODWILL IS ALL. (see the adjacent handwarmer) Porcelain Ceramics, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, White Ceramics, London Free Museums, Antique Shelves, English Pottery, Blue And White China, Earthenware

English delftware tankard dated 1630, presumably a wedding present given to JAMES AND ELIZABETH GREENE on the occasion of their marriage ANNO 1630. In addition, it bears the earliest example known to me of the popular gift-inscription, THE GIFT IS SMALL / GOODWILL IS ALL. (see the adjacent handwarmer)

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Linda Pritchard
Ceramic Tableware, Dishware, Ceramic Cups, Ceramic Art, Ceramics Ideas Pottery, Pottery Cups, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Ideas, Vintage Pottery

A lifelong passion for pottery Jane Hogben has been making decorative terracotta pieces for the home and garden since she left the Central School of Art and Design in 1982. She works with a team of highly skilled potters and decorators who produce a wide range of ceramics. Each item is lovingly hand crafted and […]

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blanca roma
Antique English pottery Delft Flower vase 17th century - John Howard Antique Pottery, White Pottery, Pottery Plates, Glazes For Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Folk Pottery, Antique Vases, Antique Ceramics

A very rare antique English pottery delftware flower vase decorated in blue with insects and flowers. This vase is a very rare form in delft earthenware, there are three nozzles and three alternating twisted spurs around the fluted rim.Similar shards have been excavated at the Brislington pottery site in Bristol and in London leading to […]

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Enid Zaig
Pottery Kiln, Pottery Form, Earthenware Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Print Journal, Traditional Pottery, Late Middle Ages, Ancient Pottery

About Medieval Ceramics Medieval Ceramics is the journal of the Medieval Pottery Research Group. This page contains volumes of the journal which are now out of print – as we run out of hard copies of later editions, more will appear here. Hard copies of in print journals, as well as of our Occasional Papers can…Continue reading →

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