Blue and white ceramic tureen knob in the shape of a lion. Moulded by someone who had only a vague idea of what a lion looked like.
Dolls’ house tureen, decorated with a blue band and thinner bands of gold, with scrolled handles, The lid is missing. Found amid ash and domestic refuse of the 1890s.
The bowl of a ceramic ladle, with a dark green transfer print showing a bee alighting on a flower.
Bases from a set of tureens by Bishop & Stonier Ltd (1891-1936). The word ‘England’ was added in 1899, dating this set no earlier than that.
Lid from a tureen or pie dish. Willow Pattern in blue.