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23111: jug Production date: Early Medieval; mid-late 12th century Measurements: H 378 mm; DM (girth) 340 mm

Pichet - XIIème siècle - Londres Medieval century jug Measurements: H 378 mm;

15950: jug Production date: Early Medieval; late 11th-12th century Measurements: H 202 mm; DM 170 mm

jug Production date: Early Medieval; late century Measurements: H 202 mm;

Jug, Date: ca. 1175–1250 Geography: Made in, Siegburg, Lower Rhineland, Germany Culture: German Medium: Earthenware, unglazed and partially salt glazed Dimensions: Overall: 7 3/4 x 5 9/16 x 5 1/16 in. (19.7 x 14.2 x 12.9 cm) Classification: Ceramics  Metropolitan Museum of Art  Accession Number: 1995.325

Jug, Date:ca. Made in Siegburg, Lower Rhineland, Germany, unglazed and partially salt glazed Dimensions:Overall: 7 x 5 x 5 in.

A24994: jug Production date: Early Medieval; late 12th-mid 13th century Measurements: H 304 mm; DM 184 mm   London-type ware (2329) baluster jug in the North French style with red slip strips under a clear glaze. Found with A24972.

jug Production date: Early Medieval; late century Measurements: H 304 mm; DM 184 mm London-type ware baluster jug in the North French style with red slip strips under a clear glaze.

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Jug Date: century Geography: Made in, Surrey, England Culture: English Medium: Earthenware, glazed Dimensions: Overall: 4 x 3 x 3 in. x x cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1952 Accession Number:

A5055: jug Production date: Early Medieval; mid-late 12th century Measurements: H 235 mm; DM 240 mm

jug Production date: Early Medieval; mid-late century Measurements: H 235 mm;

Mid to late 12c Jug | Museum of London

jug Production date: Early Medieval; late century Measurements: H 218 mm; DM (girth) c.

Pitcher Production Date: Early Medieval; mid-late 12th century

pitcher Production date: Early Medieval; mid-late century Measurements: H 330 mm; DM (girth) 210 mm London-type ware tripod pitcher with early style decoration in red and white slip, and herringbone knife-stabbing down the handle

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