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Medieval - Pottery Skillet  15th early 16th century. Dutch.Circa late 15th - early 16th century AD. A ceramic Dutch skillet with domed base, concave sides and thick rim with pouring lip; the handle integral; the glaze dark tan to orange in colour. Ceramic, 810 grams, 32.5 cm overall length.

Lot: Medieval - Pottery Skillet, Lot Number: Starting Bid: Auctioneer: TimeLine Auctions Ltd.

Kuba bowl for mixing powdered red cosmetic http://www.amyas.net/

Kuba bowl for mixing powdered red cosmetic http://www.amyas.net/

skillet, Anonymous, 1400 - 1500 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen h. 15.5 x w. 27.5 cm

skillet 1400 - 1500 Dimensions h. cm Material and technique lead glaze, redware

Sheffield's floods help make medieval bowls - Robin Wood

Sheffield's floods help make medieval bowls

The most common shape of vessel in the medieval period was a simple deep bowl, diameter like this one excavated in London.

Oromo, Ethiopia. Bread/lunch container - The Israel Museum Permanent Galleries

Bread or lunch basket Oromo people, Ethiopia Leather and dried grass

Early Iron Age. Graham's Potted History: Some Recent Replicas

Graham's Potted History: Some Recent Replicas

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