Neck and shoulders of a porter or veterinary bottle (white slip, salt-glazed stoneware).
Fragment of a large impressed stoneware bottle – possibly a porter bottle or a veterinary bottle. The upper line of text begins with the word ‘ROYAL’. The lower line begins with an address ’86, LOW…’.
Fragments of a salt-glazed stoneware porter bottle, only partly glazed inside (at the top). These bottles were returnable and re-usable.
Fragment of a salt-glazed porter bottle embossed with the remains of the words ‘Wine and Spirit Merchant’, and beneath this, ‘Eye’ (in Suffolk). The name of the proprietor, which would have formed the first line of text, is missing. Bottles of...
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 bottle for wine or porter. Cork top. Found in the Thames.