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Maiolica plate depicting and Andromeda and Perseus

Identifier: 1947.P.30 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Maiolica plate depicting and Andromeda and Perseus. The central characters are in a landscape with other figures and creatures including a dragon and Pegasis. Inscribed on reverse 'Andromeda / et P...

Maiolica plate depicting and Andromeda and Perseus

Identifier: STKMG:1947.P.30 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Maiolica plate depicting and Andromeda and Perseus. The central characters are in a landscape with other figures and creatures including a dragon and Pegasis. Inscribed on reverse 'Andromeda / et P...

Teapot, soft-paste porcelain, hexagonal shape and decorated in enamel colours

Identifier: 3408 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Teapot, soft-paste porcelain, hexagonal shape and decorated in enamel colours. The scene depicted shows a bull and a goat in a mountainous landscape, standing off from one another, heads down and r...

Teapot, soft-paste porcelain, hexagonal shape and decorated in enamel colours

Identifier: STKMG:3408 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Teapot, soft-paste porcelain, hexagonal shape and decorated in enamel colours. The scene depicted shows a bull and a goat in a mountainous landscape, standing off from one another, heads down and r...

Framed tile panel, ‘Summer’, depicting a seaside scene

Identifier: 1968.P.56 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Framed tile panel, 'Summer', depicting a seaside scene. Made from fifteen, six inch earthenware tiles, three tiles high and five tiles wide, hand painted by Albert Slater. This scene is entitled ?S...

Framed tile panel, ‘Summer’, depicting a seaside scene

Identifier: STKMG:1968.P.56 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Framed tile panel, 'Summer', depicting a seaside scene. Made from fifteen, six inch earthenware tiles, three tiles high and five tiles wide, hand painted by Albert Slater. This scene is entitled ?S...