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Sink

Identifier: 2000.261 · Date: 1870c=1895c · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This is a small fireclay vessel or sink. It is rectangular with a drainage hole and below the rim at one end are three slots for overflow. The interior is coated with a yellowish glaze.

This small...

Bowl

Identifier: 2000.25.2 · Date: 1822 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Polychrome decorated moulded punch bowl with arms of Musselburgh; signed William Reid and dated on base

This bowl was made at the Newbigging Pottery of William Reid in 1822. It is one of very few ...

Ornament

Identifier: 1998.20 · Date: 1900c-1920c · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This is a moulded ceramic or porcelain ornament in the shape of a bathing machine. It is decorated with a polychrome colour transfer print of the arms of Prestonpans with gold rim and highlights. I...

Bowl

Identifier: 2000.25.1 · Date: 1822 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Polychrome decorated moulded punch bowl with arms of Musselburgh; signed William Reid and dated on base

This bowl was made at the Newbigging Pottery of William Reid in 1822. It is one of very few ...

Teapot

Identifier: 1998.18 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

large dark brown glazed teapot with rustic spout and handle, possibly Prestonpans ware, definitely Scottish

This is a large shiny brown teapot. Its handle and spout are modelled after tree branche...

Jug

Identifier: 1480.1 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

jetware cow creamer, attributed to the North British pottery Glasgow; black hollow cow with gold decoration on horns and eyes.

Although this pair of creamers (cream jugs) have been attributed to t...

Teapot

Identifier: 1997.86.2 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

glaze royal blue above powder blue and stippled, band of beading at divide, china teapot with lid, bulbous, curved spout, loop handle; cream glazed interior (crazed & stained) and base?

This tea p...

Coffee Pot

Identifier: 1997.86.1 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

glaze royal blue above powder blue and stippled, band of beading at divide, china coffeepot with lid, bulbous, tapering long neck with short spout, loop handle; `PRESTONPANS FIREPROOF` printed on b...

Brick

Identifier: 1996.321.13 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

off-cream coloured (fireclay) `special`, plain, saltglazed on 1 end

At Prestongrange Brickworks bricks and tiles of any shape or size were manufactured by hand by skilled brickmakers working to cu...

Brick

Identifier: 1996.321.12 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This brick is a kiln brick from Prestongrange kilns. It is off-cream coloured with dark stippling (fireclay). One edge surface is a rich purple colour (salt glaze and kiln residues).`side-arch` (ta...