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Unique ID: WMID-DF5312

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One ceramic wheel-thrown rim sherd of probable Staffordshire Blackware, dating to the 17th/ 18th century AD (36.8mm x 15.5mm; thickness: 11.3mm; collective weight: 7.81g). A hard-fired earthenware, the fabric colour is salmon pink with a dark brown/ black glaze inside and out and a slightly metallic finish.

Blackwares originate from Cistercian wares in the 15th/ 16th century, but is recognised in Staffordshire from the 17th century, with a decline in the mid 18th century AD. Later forms include round-bodied and straight sided cups and mugs, porringers, dishes, bowls, posset and chamber pots. One of these sherds has a slightly irregular double pinched handle, and probably came from a mug. Production centres are widely distributed throughout North Wales, Herefordshire, Merseyside, Yorkshire to Essex and Kent, bit are also well represented in the Midlands at Wednesbury and Ticknall as well as sites in North Staffordshire (D. A. Ford & D. barker, 1999).

Subsequent actions

Subsequent action after recording: Returned to finder

Chronology

Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
Period from: POST MEDIEVAL [scope notes | view all attributed records]
Period to: POST MEDIEVAL [scope notes | view all attributed records]
Date from: Post AD 1600
Date to: Ante AD 1800

Dimensions and weight

Thickness: 11.3 mm
Weight: 7.81 g
Quantity: 1

Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Thursday 25th November 2004

Personal details

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Recorded by: Ms Caroline Johnson - [ view all attributed records]
Identified by: Ms Caroline Johnson - [view all attributed records]

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Materials and construction

Primary material: Ceramic [scope notes | view all attributed records]
Manufacture method: Wheel made [scope notes | view all attributed records]
Completeness: Fragment [scope notes | view all attributed records]

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Spatial coordinates

4 Figure: SO9882
Four figure Latitude: 52.43597 Four figure longitude: -2.030846
1:25K map: SO9882
1:10K map: SO98SE
Grid reference source: From a paper map
Unmasked grid reference accurate to a 100 metre square.

Discovery metadata

Method of discovery: Fieldwalking [scope notes]
General landuse: Cultivated land[scope notes]
Specific landuse: Operations to a depth less than 0.25 m[scope notes]

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Created: Thursday 24th February 2005
Updated: Thursday 24th February 2011

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