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Agateware vase with gilded figurines as handles

Identifier: 2091 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Agateware vase with gilded figurines as handles. Stands on a square, black base.

Black-glazed pedestal salt

Identifier: 1959.P.68 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Black-glazed pedestal salt. Earthenware probably made locally in Staffordshire.

Blue jasper dish with white applied relief decoration

Identifier: STKMG:2068 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Blue jasper dish with white applied relief decoration.

Earthenware shoe, (toy?)

Identifier: STKMG:1935.P.379.1 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Earthenware shoe, (toy?). Underglaze painted in blue with floral decoration and shield to heel

Porcelain water dropper in the form of a peach

Identifier: STKMG:1946.P.710 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Porcelain water dropper in the form of a peach.

Porcelain jar

Identifier: STKMG:1946.P.718 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Porcelain jar. blue glazed exterior with visible brushstrokes. Unglazed rough foot.

Black-glazed pedestal salt

Identifier: STKMG:1959.P.68 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Black-glazed pedestal salt. Earthenware probably made locally in Staffordshire.

Large ceramic jar, used as a “mixing stain” for the making of oatcakes

Identifier: STKMG:2004.LH.148.1 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Large ceramic jar, used as a "mixing stain" for the making of oatcakes.

Oval button, lustred and moulded

Identifier: STKMG:1997.C.73.13 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Oval button, lustred and moulded. Four tear drop shapes form the central motif, alternating pointing up or down. Gold lustre. 2 metal shanks glued to the reverse, 3 leaf plant stamped into metal.

Earthenware lekythosn or oil flask

Identifier: 4236 · Author: Potteries Museum and Art Gallery

Earthenware lekythosn or oil flask. Decorated with the red-figure technique. Features a draped female figure carrying a staff.