2 edition of Tin-glazed earthenware kiln waste from the Limekiln Lane Potteries, Bristol found in the catalog.
Tin-glazed earthenware kiln waste from the Limekiln Lane Potteries, Bristol
by Post-medieval Archaeology journal
Written in English
Reprinted from Post-medieval Archaeology, Vol 25 1991 p.89-114.
|Statement||by Reg Jackson, Philomena Jackson and Ian Beckey.|
|Contributions||Jackson, Philomena., Beckey, Ian.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
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Tin-glazed earthenware wasters have been found on a number of occasions on Brandon Hill in the vicinity of the Limekiln Lane potteries, although these finds of kiln material have either come from disturbed surface deposits or from a quarry where the wasters had apparently been redeposited after being uncovered during building work: thus all must be considered as unstratified in archaeological.
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