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Marks and monograms on European and Oriental pottery and porcelain with historical notices of each manufactory

Каталог клейм и монограмм на керамике Европпы и Востока.

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The descriptive notices of earthenware vessels by which they can be identified, or from which we can ascertain the name of any particular Earthen bowls and dishes were, no doubt, for, by reason of with notices of them meet common but we rarely enumerated or deseldom were they insignificance, their comparative menwithout to alluded frequently are Bowls scribed in inventories. and pitchers earthen made were they which material of tioning the Middle the during classes all amongst use general very pots were in are very form, scanty.

C. , King figured Museum Salisbur}' is opinion. a vessel of greenish glaze, in the form of a mounted knight, with pear-shaped shield, cylindrical helmet and prick spur, of the end of the twelfth century Museum same are ; and in the Scarborough rude vessels of the several forms of animals. Specimens of fictile vessels of the and although the fabrication of such as have hitherto been brought to light is rude and coarse, they date, Mediaeval in period are extremely rare, possess a high degree of interest, from senting, for the most part, the circumstance of their repre- something the and imitate to the best of his these two specimens.

Vases are of common material, still a peculiar elegance of form may be observed in their outlines, and the ornamentation, though rude, has a The Samian ; good effect. Upon was, in the banks of the Medway, near the village of Upchurch, there the time of the occupation of Britain extensive pottery. Along the shore for many by the Romans, miles a very may be observed UI'C'IIURCII vast quantities of Roman ware when the tide is out The pottery is of a is in WARE. fragments found to be completely ; 21 in filled fact, with mud or clay Roman pottery.

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