Fragments with sponged, painted and transfer-printed patterns.
Broken fine china plate with luxurious blue transfer-printed design and colouring (after late ‘flow-blue’).
Fragment of a plate made by T. G. and F. Booth of Church Bank Pottery, Tunstall, Staffordshire, between 1883 and 1891, using one of their patterns called ‘Indian Ornament’
Various fragments of tableware with printed patterns or colouring in shades of blue.
Various plate fragments with printed patterns.
Fragments of plates with transfer-printed and hand-printed designs in various colours.
Small plate, with printed and painted decoration in red and green.
Broken plate with brown transfer-printed floral pattern and decorative border.
Plate with transfer-printed pattern in lilac/purple, showing birds and flora.
Fragments of a dish and plate, with transfer-printed patterns in green and blue.
An assemblage of household rubbish discarded in the 1870s at Brockdish rectory. Top left (from left to right): clinker, oyster shells, small bones, green glass German mineral water bottle fragments and aqua glass English wine/ ale bottle fragments, ‘black’...
The War Time Butter Dish: The message reads: ‘Special Message From The Rt Hon D. Lloyd George, Prime Minister: “I have no hesitation in saying that economy in the consumption of food in this country is a matter of the greatest possible importance to the...
Worn dinner plate with transfer-printed decoration in light blue. Like much of the crockery in the deposit, this old unwanted plate may have been discarded intact. Dumped after the death of Mary Everett in 1908.
Part of a large serving dish, with transfer-printed light blue floral and scroll pattern. Discarded with old and worn crockery after the death of Mary Everett in 1908.
Most of a white ceramic pie dish, heavily crazed through use and exposure to heat. Only two pieces were found, but the rest may be still buried in the dump. This was one of a number of pieces of old and worn crockery that were discarded, probably intact, after the...
Plate with floral decoration painted over transfer, in red, black and gold.
Blue Willow Pattern Pie Dish, underside (showing crazing). From the School House.
Blue Willow Pattern Pie Dish, from the School House. Base has crazing, consistent with contact with hot surfaces.