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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...

Bottle

Identifier: 1994.71 · Date: 1900c · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

earthenware ginger beer bottle, brown top, cream bottom, glazed, `J MacIntyre & Co North Berwick`

Bottle

Identifier: 1994.119 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

oblong earthenware hot water bottle with earthenware stopper; marked `1 1/2`

Bottle

Identifier: 1994.70 · Date: 1900c · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

earthenware ginger beer bottle, brown top, cream bottom, glazed, `J MacIntyre & Co North Berwick`

Bottle

Identifier: 1994.58 · Date: 1900c · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

ginger beer earthenware bottle, mottled orange glaze, makers stamp (obscured) oval near base, impressed lettering `Mair & Dougalls Auld Scotch Ginger Beer Guaranteed brewed and naturally fermented`

Earthenware Jug

Identifier: 2009.21.2 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

earthenware jug with broken wicker basket holder, cannot stand upright independently, inlet at top corked shut, handle broken off with only small trace left, dirty and dusty, top orange/brown, bott...

Earthenware Jug

Identifier: 2009.21.1 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

earthenware jug with small round inlet at top with thick rim, brown at top and beige at the bottom, some marks possibly from dust or paint, handle rounded, base unvarnished with a little bit of whi...

Fragment

Identifier: 2007.50.17 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

One potsherd of completely blank ordinary white earthenware with white glaze. Found at West Pans. Treasure Trove find: TT/18/07 see notes

Fragment

Identifier: 2007.50.14 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

1 potsherd of earthenware which is unusually thick. It is glazed white on one side and buff on the other. Found at West Pans. Treasure Trove find: TT/18/07 see notes

Fragment

Identifier: 2007.50.12 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

One base potsherd of transfer-print earthenware. Print in grey showing the Fibre pattern (produced by Bell of Glasgow, Cochran of Glasgow, Clyde of Greenock, etc). Part of the pictoral mark is visi...