|Mudlarking Find: Transfer ware bowl bottom.|
By the mid nineteenth century there was a least one maker of iron tobacco pipe moulds in London, so the same designs were produced by different pipe makers across the county. This one was a popular 'type' and produced in many forms especially in Sussex.
|Mudlarking Find: Spread Eagle Clay Pipe 19th C.|
|Clay Pipe Star Makers Mark 19th C.|
This little object (around 2cm square) appears to be a small mould, not quite sure whether it is clay or stone. What was it for I wonder?
|Mudlarking Find: Small mould?|
I don't usually put up pictures off all the ceramic shards I squirrel away, but thought I would this week
|Mudlarking Finds: Worcester Porcelain Dr Wall period 1751-1783|
Bartmann Beard and then a bit of Bartmann face German salt glazed stoneware 1550- 1700, black transferware
Delftware, Imari Porcelain from 1650, Westerwald Stoneware Lion probably around 1675.
Delfware probably from a drug jar 1600-1700, hand painted pratt ware colours, Westerwald 1675 and two other hand painted shards.
and find of the day, which was Jason's not mine, large (around 15cm in length) carved stone with what seems to be the remains of render or plaster. Is it medieval? One for the Museum of London to look at.
|Mudlarking find: Medieval carved stone?|
|Mudlarking Find: Mudlarking China Man|