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  • Sue Sampson

    Jug Place of origin: Southwark, England (probably, made) Date: ca. 1620 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware, painted Museum number: C.5-1974 Gallery location: British Galleries, room 58c, case 5

  • Ann Wardley

    Delft Jug Southwark, England 1620 Tin-glazed earthenware, painted

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