'Tudor Green' ware anthropomorphic baluster jug with green glaze. This is an example of a buffware with thick glassy darkgreen glaze, it has a degenerate mask decoration on the front. This type of jug was produced in Surrey. White-firing, sandy earthenwares were one of the main kinds of pottery used in London and its environs from the middle of the 13th until the 16th century. They were made at a number of sources in Surrey and along the Surrey-Hampshire borders. Date: 1350 AD - 1500 AD
Border Ware from Port Royal, Jamaica, which was captured by the English from the Spanish in 1655. By the late 1680s, Port Royal was one of the largest English trading centers in the New World. With a population of nearly 6500 and with over 2000 buildings, it was unequaled in North America for economic prosperity. But, on June 7, 1692, the high-rolling pirate haven was devastated by a massive earthquake and tidal wave that submerged it into the Caribbean Sea, killing approximately 2000…
Accession number: A24351 Collection place: Surrey/Hampshire border Production date: 1634-1666 Material: ceramic; earthenware Measurements: H 50 mm Museum Section: Post-Medieval Summary: Green glazed Surrey/Hampshire border ware type 2 mug, decorated with encrustation of flint chippings.
Pottery beaker/goblet; Post-Medieval Redware; cylindrical rim; sides splayed towards base; incised decoration; slightly concave base; green glaze. Culture/periodPost-Medieval term details Date16thC FindspotFound/Acquired: Golden Lane(Europe,United Kingdom,England,Greater London,London,City of London,Cripplegate,Barbican,Golden Lane) Materialsearthenware term details WareGuys-type Ware