Hot Water Bottle

Stoneware ‘Adaptable Hot Water Bottle’, made at the Fulham Pottery, London. It would have had a screw-in stopper. The remains of the metal handle are visible. The hot water bottle was found with another, Doulton ‘brick’ shape hot water bottle. Both had broken before they were discarded in the 1900s. From Kirton rectory.



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February 26, 2016

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