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Mug

Identifier: 2009.7.1 · Date: 18th century · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Tankard moulded with vertical flutes, and a double loop handle. The central reserve has a moulded border of 'bough' form, and is decorated in over-glaze enamels with an exotic bird perched on a fen...

Brick

Identifier: 2000.207 · Date: 1920 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Moulded fireclay special brick from a domestic grate. Irregular cuboid with trapezoidal sides. One face is decorated with an incised pattern and a decorative linear surround; the opposing side is s...

Brick

Identifier: 1999.68 · Date: 1900 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Fireclay ceramic decorative garden edging tile or brick. It is L-shaped in section. The surface of the piece is roughly textured and a rich purple colour. Made at Prestongrange.

This salt...

Dish

Identifier: 2000.363 · Date: 1920`s · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Earthenware piedish with transparent glaze on a buff body. Oval flat rimmed dish has evidence of stilt marks on upper and lower faces. Base has two impressed marks `15` and PRESTONPANS FIREPROOF. M...

Ceramic

Identifier: 1999.67 · Date: 1900 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Fireclay salt glazed ceramic decorative garden edging tile or brick. It is rectangular in section, with a raised line along the mid-point. Top has been shaped as a twisted rope. Surface roughly tex...

Pipe

Identifier: 2003.27 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

RAOB pipe. A white clay pipe with red painted mouthpiece; a break in the centre is part of Buffalo tradition, as are the signatures over its surface. It has been put back together with a piece of w...

Bowl

Identifier: 2000.24 · Date: c.1820 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Pair of deep bowls, each with an inset ledge under the scalloped rim and a short circular foot, decorated overall with blue transfer prints of four patterns, oval, hand painted cartouches with Muss...

Coffee Pot

Identifier: 1996.461 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Coffee-pot with a tapering, bulbous body, a short spout + a curved handle decorated with a curlicue. It is bi-coloured, the upper half and lid being green, the lower being the glazed body colour, s...

Money Box

Identifier: 1996.462 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This is an earthenware money-box in the shape of a barrel, with detailing of staves and bands. It is finished in a mottled green, yellow and brown glaze. The top is broken around the coin slot.

Vi...

Pot

Identifier: 2000.432 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This is a pot holder in the form of a tree stump. The body is decorated with a rich brown glaze which has collected in indentations and around modelled branch stubs. The rim is scalloped.

This pla...