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An English Delftware Tulip Charger, Late 17th Century, probably London, boldly painted with sprays of tulips, carnations and other flowers within a yellow line and blue dash border on the rim, diameter 13.5 in.

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Accession number: 22719 Collection place: England or Netherlands 1571-1800 Earthenware H 75 mm; DM 375 mm Post-Medieval Half of English/Dutch tin-glazed ware plate. A fruit bowl shape, with a turned over lip. There is a stylised blue flower at the centre surrounded by three rings. On the sides are green fronds edged with blue, appearing from the top with large blue buds. Yellow dashes hang in swags around each pair of fronds above pyramids of blue. Three lines edge the design on each side.

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Accession number: 25319 Collection place: England or Netherlands Production date: 1571-1800 Material: ceramic; earthenware Measurements: H 35 mm; DM 212 mm Museum Section: Post-Medieval Summary: Repaired English/Dutch tin-glazed ware plate, 1570-1800 with an orange, yellow, green and blue design of stylised flowers and apples. A lyre-bird plume pattern flows leftwards around the apples in each panel. From a cesspit.

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Accession number: 13609 Collection place: Aldgate, London [City of London] or Southwark, London [Southwark] Production date: 1601-1633 Material: ceramic; earthenware H 73mm; DM 254mm Post-Medieval English tin-glazed earthenware shallow bowl with abruptly everted rim, standing on a footrim. Decorated on the inside only with a central blue rosette, surrounded by blue tufts, ochre striped bands and pale green foliage outlined in blue on an off-white glaze. Aldgate or Southwark. Found City…

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Accession number: 18711 Collection place: Netherlands or London Production date: 1601-1633 Material: ceramic; earthenware Measurements: H 100 mm; DM 319 mm Museum Section: Post-Medieval Summary: English/Dutch tin-glazed ware shallow bowl with slightly everted rim standing on a footrim. From a brick- and chalk-lined well at the W end of the site, half in the S side of the central cutting, 8" from the retaining wall.

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