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Base of a ceramic dish. Outsude has a brown shiny glaze. Inside is decorated with brown, yellow and cream swirls.
Medieval pottery. Low Countries Redware. Jug Fragment. Fourteenth to fifteenth century. Red/orange glaze.
Sherd of coarse hand made ware of Anglian Date. The fabric is buff coloured, sooted on the exterior and contains varied coarse inclusions and voids as well as abundant fine particles of mica.
Medieval Pottery: Scottish East Coast redware, 13th - 15th Century. Body sherd, 31 x 25 x 5 mm thick, with glaze spotting.
Medieal Pottery: Colstoun Ware, 12th - 15th century. Base sherd. Fired exterior red/grey colour. Interior dark grey. Excavated by Headland Archaeology
Medieval pottery: Colstoun ware, 12th - 15th century. Body sherd with small glaze spotting. Fired red surface, dark grey interior.
Medieval pottery: Colstoun ware, 12th - 15th century. Body sherd, green glazed, with fragment of applied or raised decoration.