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Handmade at Plimoth Plantation Green Mug- Also available in Yellow Ochre and Redware

A curvaceous way to start the day! Whether it be tea or coffee, our drinking vessel holds an ample amount of your choice beverage.

"at Bonham's, Knowle, Lot 364, a late 17th century needlework handheld mirror of oval form, one side depicting James II with a crown, orb and sceptre sold for £2,875 inclusive of buyer's premium"

"at Bonham's, Knowle, Lot a late century needlework handheld mirror of oval form, one side depicting James II with a crown, orb and sceptre sold for inclusive of buyer's premium"

Wood tableware was common for Elizabethan Sailor, Officers and deckhands. Copies from the Mary Rose.

Wood tableware was common for Elizabethan Sailor, Officers and deckhands. Copies from the Mary Rose.

Handmade Reproduction 17thC Harvest Jug

These large sgraffito jugs were used both when out in the fields gathering the harvest as well as while celebrating the harvest. Due to the capacity that they h

watering can, Anonymous, c. 1575 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

Boijmans Collection Online - Our collection consists of more than objects, of which over can be found online. Search and filter the artworks and makers.

A late 20th century reproduction of a 17th century lead-glazed earthenware slipware posset pot, by John Hudson, Yorkshire

A late century reproduction of a century lead-glazed earthenware slipware posset pot, by John Hudson, Yorkshire

Boijmans Collection Online | View the collection

Boijmans Collection Online - Our collection consists of more than objects, of which over can be found online.

jug 1375 - 1425 Dimensions h. 33 x diam. 13 cm Material and technique stoneware, lead glaze, copper oxide

jug, 1375 - 1425 h. 10 cm stoneware, lead glaze, copper oxide (Europe > Western Europe > The Netherlands > South Holland > Dordrecht) (Europe > Western Europe > Germany > Siegeburg)

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C17th Westerwald Jug

Designers and makers of high end oak joinery including Early English oak panelling, libraries, staircases and furniture. All designed and made to order in finest quality solid oak.

Reproduction of 17th century jug by John Hudson of early 17th century jug.

Reproduction of century jug by John Hudson of early century jug.

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