London, South Kensington
30 March 2006
An attractive blue and white English Delft ointment-pot dated 1734,
of cup shape form with stylized foliage decoration and inscribed on the inside base W*R 1734 - 3.9cm. (1½in.) high; a salt-glazed stoneware ointment-pot circa 1760s -- 4cm. (1 5/8in.) high; and an 18th-Century creamware lead-glazed ointment-pot, of cup-shape form with blue stylized foliage decoration -- 3.2cm. (1¼in.) high (3)
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The salt-glazed stoneware ointment-pot circa 1760s has an applied paper label on inside base citing Gray's Inn Road as the excavation site.
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