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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.

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Jar

Identifier: 1994.1316 · Date: 1920s-1930s · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

This is a circular jam pot and lid, the latter with spoon recess and button handle, all painted in an under-glaze decoration of herbaceous flower borders and solid blue bands. Both the base and ins...

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...

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...

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...

Brick

Identifier: 1996.321.52 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Fireclay? brick light sandy yellow with grey firing marks & speckles. Oval frog on the base 1.7x6.3 with concave curved sides & 2 stud marks 1.8cm diam. Top has deep frog with semi-circular ends & ...

Brick

Identifier: 1996.321.40 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Fireclay brick with flat base, frog on top surface 14.2x5.5 text `PRESTON/GRANGE` on 2 lines with 2 screw marks l&r. Lettering in capitals 1.6 - 1.7cm; quite neat. This brick is pale yellow and var...

Brick

Identifier: 1996.321.26 · Date: 1880 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Fireclay brick, light cream/dark specles of metallic inclusions. Flat on base & opposed by a deep rectangular frog containing `*P.G*` in large bold capitals with decorative 'stars'. Found on the fo...

Brick

Identifier: 1996.321.24 · Date: 1880 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Fireclay brick cream with speckles & orange firing marks. Incised large capitals `PG` on one side. Old - large letters & no recesses. No frog. Hand moulded? One edge is damaged.

This brick was m...