Yellow-glazed handled casserole: 16th-17th century
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Surrey/Hampshire border whiteware with yellow-glaze. This handled casserole has an oval elongated body on four splayed feet, a handle at each end of the body and one on the lid. The lid and the interior are glazed and the vessel was presumably fired with green glazed wares because there is a splash of green glaze on one foot. This casserole was restored and found during the installation of a new lift shaft at Drummonds Bank, Charring Cross. Sherds from similar vessels have been excavated from Farnborough Hill as well.
1550 AD - 1700 AD