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1400-1500; Krems an der Donau; Österreich; Niederösterreich; Weinstadtmuseum

1400-1500; Krems an der Donau; Österreich; Niederösterreich; Weinstadtmuseum

AN IMPORTANT ENGLISH PEWTER PLATE STRUCK WITH THE PRINCE OF WALES FEATHER MOTIF LATE 15TH CENTURY OR EARLY 16TH CENTURY

AN IMPORTANT ENGLISH PEWTER PLATE STRUCK WITH THE PRINCE OF WALES FEATHER MOTIF LATE 15TH CENTURY OR EARLY 16TH CENTURY

Batter Tub F 9680    Owner: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam    Dating: 1475-1525    Size: Diam. 33 cm, h. 13 cm    Material: Earthenware    Excavation: Middelburg    Place of origin: Bergen op Zoom?    Decoration/Inscription: Jester, Dove, Chaperon est 2 lbs clay

Batter Tub F 9680 Owner: Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam Dating: 1475-1525 Size: Diam. 33 cm, h. 13 cm Material: Earthenware Excavation: Middelburg Place of origin: Bergen op Zoom? Decoration/Inscription: Jester, Dove, Chaperon est 2 lbs clay

espagnol, Puente del Arzobispo, décor bleu et blanc avec une grue, 1575-1600

espagnol, Puente del Arzobispo, décor bleu et blanc avec une grue, 1575-1600

Oseberg Ship grave - Trencher board  Approximately 17cm in diameter. At the center is carved into three triangles intertwined, called Valknuten

Oseberg Ship grave - Trencher board Approximately 17cm in diameter. At the center is carved into three triangles intertwined, called Valknuten

Weser, not Werra. 1585-1650

Weser, not Werra. 1585-1650

Kärl

Kärl

Dish      Place of origin:      Puente del Arzobispo, Spain (made)     Date:      ca. 1575-1625 (made)     Artist/Maker:      Unknown (production)     Materials and Techniques:      Tin-glazed earthenware     Museum number:      C.76-1937

Dish

Dish Place of origin: Puente del Arzobispo, Spain (made) Date: ca. 1575-1625 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Tin-glazed earthenware Museum number: C.76-1937

GERMAN, WERRA WARE ? DATED 93 for 1593 Fragment Recovered From a Dutch Canal. In the late 16th century and early in the 17th century, an extensive slipware industry grew up along the Werra river in northern Germany. The wares were exported through the port of Bremen in large quantities to the Low Countries, England,

GERMAN, WERRA WARE ? DATED 93 for 1593 Fragment Recovered From a Dutch Canal. In the late 16th century and early in the 17th century, an extensive slipware industry grew up along the Werra river in northern Germany. The wares were exported through the port of Bremen in large quantities to the Low Countries, England,

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