Pottery (new photos added)

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Emily
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Is there anyone on here who is a pottery expert?? Stanslad and I went out last weekend, and found a good collection of coins, but none older that 1850’s.

However, we came across a good few chunks of pottery, which I think are quite a bit older. Is anyone able to give a rough estimate of age??

Is it odd that older pottery was found without coins and other artefacts of a similar age?? 🤔

A six pence for reference.

Top: a big chunk of bronze plate or bowl with Sandy/orange matt glaze

Left: Sandy coloured fragment - unglazed but with a very thick rim.

Right: Another sandy coloured piece but with a matt greeny outer glaze and a shiny, darker/brownish inner glaze. Has a grey centre in the middle of the very thick rim.
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Get in touch with "the pottery man" he knows a thing or two about Pottery . :D
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Nice to see rims, only found one of those, rather than just the non descript pieces.
The Bronze piece is good.
Hope you get a pottery person along soon.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
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We do indeed have a chap who knows his pottery - goes by the monicker Pottery Man - so I've shifted this to the pottery section where he's more likely to see it (though he hasn't logged in for a bit).
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figgis wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 2:37 pm We do indeed have a chap who knows his pottery - goes by the monicker Pottery Man - so I've shifted this to the pottery section where he's more likely to see it (though he hasn't logged in for a bit).
Thanks figgis. ☺️
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Was talking to Pottery Man today so just sent him a message :thumbsup:

Pretty sure the green dull glaze with the shiny dark glaze is Brill/ Boarstall ware - medieval. I’ll post some of mine from this week👍🏼

P.S. pics of the other side and of the rim edge/ core will really help with the ID :thumbsup:
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Oxgirl wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 8:46 pm Was talking to Pottery Man today so just sent him a message :thumbsup:

Pretty sure the green dull glaze with the shiny dark glaze is Brill/ Boarstall ware - medieval. I’ll post some of mine from this week👍🏼

P.S. pics of the other side and of the rim edge/ core will really help with the ID :thumbsup:
I’ll upload them tomorrow. ☺️
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Not too sure on the pottery (the LH piece may be Medieval) but the bronze rim looks to be part of a medieval skillet pot :thumbsup:
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Fisher 1266 X wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 10:41 pm Not too sure on the pottery (the LH piece may be Medieval) but the bronze rim looks to be part of a medieval skillet pot :thumbsup:

The bronze piece seems to have a Sandy/orange glaze over it.
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New photos added if anyone is interested. ☺️
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Always worth adding extra photos, Emily.
L/H left hand, no doubt someone has already told you.
Best wishes, :thumbsup:
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Dave The Slave wrote: Sat Apr 24, 2021 5:52 pm Always worth adding extra photos, Emily.
L/H left hand, no doubt someone has already told you.
Best wishes, :thumbsup:
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Well it’s obvious now. 🤦‍♀️😂
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