Blue ceramic with white interior half-pint pub mug, with royal cipher of Queen Victoria, confirming the capacity. Missing the handle.
Fragmentary porter bottle, found in a midden from the 1840s along with broken black glass utility bottles and oyster shells, at Brockdish rectory.
Black glass necks from bottles for wine, ale or beer, found in an 1840s midden, Brockdish rectory. Such bottles were re-usable and were discarded only when broken.
Two-tone salt-glaze stoneware harvest jug, showing a figure like Uncle Toby, with hat and pipe. Other common scenes are hops, hunting figures (dogs, foxes, hares, etc), shooting, game birds, grapes, and pub scenes, with figures sitting with tankards and pipes....
Advertising tableware, for ‘William Younger & Co’s Pale Ale, on draught’, ‘sold here’. The plinth bore a statuette or a match holder. Originally from a public house.