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Pot

Identifier: 2002.151 · Date: around 2200 BC · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Virtually intact Bronze Age Beaker, sherd missing from rim caused by recent damage, fairly extensive surface spalling on side on which pot had been resting. Colour is mottled buff/reddish-brown/ or...

Teapot

Identifier: 1995.739 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

deep russet/sepia glazed teapot, plain, chunky, three short feet; overhead handle like greek `pi`; lid with simple button handle and vent

Belfield's pottery flourished in Prestonpans from the earl...

Jug

Identifier: 1994.995 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Pratt Jug, presented to John Durie, blue line round rim and base, pictures in relief on either side showing a lady and gentleman, base glaze of cream with painted blue, green and brown, slipcast st...

Photograph

Identifier: 1994.1119 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

sepia paper mounted photo by W Black, Dunbar, shows cricket team outside wooden building with score board, pale blue mount.

These crickets were photographed at Cowan's Park in Dunbar around 1905, ...

Jar

Identifier: 1464 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

tall ceramic urn-shaped tobacco jar. Smoothly curved with concentric incised lines - below neck, at widest point (dot pattern) and above base. Rich brown glaze. Black painted tin-plate (?) lid.

In...

Bin

Identifier: 1995.489.1 · Date: Made in the first half of the nineteenth century · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Earthenware breadbin. Prestonpans ware? This earthenware breadbin was made from moulded panels. It has brown and green glaze over relief of acorns and oak leaves. The glaze has run in firing to giv...

Lid

Identifier: 1995.489.2 · Date: Made in the first half of the nineteenth century · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This earthenware breadbin lid was made from moulded panels decorated in relief with acorns and oak leaves and edged with 'bare twigs'. The ground colour is pale yellow and the outside has been high...

Figurine

Identifier: 1501 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Portobello fishwife in trad. dress, with basket by her side, yellow and brown verticlly striped skirt, green apron, yellow shawl

This ornament was made around 1840 and is modelled a typical fishwi...

Tankard

Identifier: 1409 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Prestonpans ware pint pot; creamy yellow with brown rim; relief of leaves in white surround mug

This drinking cup or mug has been attributed to a Prestonpans pottery, but similar items were also m...

Teapot

Identifier: 1415.1 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

oblong teapot with fluting vertically from base, angular rim, angled handle; cream glaze decorated with red, orange, yellow flowers and green leaves

This teapot may have been made in Prestonpans a...