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Germany (made) England, Great Britain (mount, made)  Date ca. 1550-1600 (made)   Materials and Techniques  Stoneware  Descriptive line  Jug, made in Germany, about 1550-1600, stoneware  Labels and date  Jug Made in Germany about 1550-1600 Stoneware

Jug

Germany (made) England, Great Britain (mount, made) Date ca. (made) Materials and Techniques Stoneware Descriptive line Jug, made in Germany, about stoneware Labels and date Jug Made in Germany about Stoneware

1648 English Candlestick at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "The maker of this object copied its basic form from spun brass candlesticks but added the refinement of shaped edges skillfully cut by hand. As a piece intended for gentle use in a merchant's house, its brittle corners have survived almost intact."

Candlestick

Tin-glazed earthenware candlestick with a domed foot and a drip-pan, both with a waved edge, painted with the coat of arms of the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers.

JugDate: late 1400s or early 1500s Geography: Made in probably Surrey, England Culture: British Medium: Partially glazed earthenware Dimensions: Overall: 7 x 4 1/8 x 3 3/8 in. (17.8 x 10.5 x 8.5 cm)

Jug Date: late or early Geography: Made in probably Surrey, England Culture: British Medium: Partially glazed earthenware Dimensions: Overall: 7 x 4 x 3 in. x x cm) Classification: Ceramics

A 17th century Flemish bronze mortar and pestle, with three bands of decoration, the bottom with birds and foliage, the next with fleur de lys, the to

A 17th century Flemish bronze mortar and pestle

A century Flemish bronze mortar and pestle, with three bands of decoration, the bottom with birds and foliage, the next with fleur de lys, the to

Jug, stoneware.  Place of Origin  Germany (made) Fairford, England (excavated)  Date  ca. 1600-1700 (made)  Materials and Techniques  Stoneware  Descriptive line  Jug, made in Germany, about 1600-1700, excavated in Fairford, Gloucestershire, stoneware

Jug

Jug Place of origin: Germany (made) Fairford, England (excavated) Date: ca. (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Stoneware

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