Stoneware Jug

Object number

LDVAL 2006.25.1

Date

1601 – 1900

Description

Stoneware, salt glazed ballerimine jug excavated from the site of Barking Abbey. Similar pots on the Museum of London catalogue date from 1601 - 1900. Since its excavation the jug has been kept at the Town Hall, Barking, more recently in Jennifer Deraings office. The circumstances of its arrival at the Town Hall are unknown. This is jug is to be catalogued as part of the larger site material.

Physical description

Course pot with a large, rounded belly and a narrow neck and a narrow, flat base. It has a large handle with ridged decoration. At the base of the handle is a thumb print from when the handle was attached whilst the clay was wet. Has a brown mottled glaze that is darker on the top half.

Condition

Fair

Type

jug

Size

Whole height: 210mm
Diameter: 37mm
Diameter: 75mm
Diameter: 126mm

Collection type

Archaeology

Alternative reference

Entry Number 1660 (2006-08-01)

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Metadata
Start date1601
End date1900
InstitutionValence House Museum
Typejug
Collection typeArchaeology