Mortlake ware stoneware bottle and Hunting jug: 18th century
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Mortlake ware stoneware bottle and Hunting jug. The stoneware bottle (left) has a bulbous body which narrows towards the neck and broadens slightly at the base to form a foot. The body has 'Topham' incised into the surface. The upper half has a light brown salt glaze and a small blob of yellow-green glaze on the shoulder. The Hunting jug (right) is decorated with moulded hunting motifs and is impressed with 'T & E Boys 1820'.
1701 BC - 1820 AD