Post Medieval Glazed Pottery
Description of Object:
Fragments of Pottery, substantially sized pots used for storage, probably made locally, simple designs.
These examples of fragments were found near Lewin Street in a possible rubbish pit or back fill, therefore no date is applied. They are likely to be late Medieval, North West regions tended to produce yellow and green glazed white-wares common to this period. Red-wares were more common in the South. Pots were often made by locals when required hence the simple designs and unevenness of the glaze
Date of Object:
Possibly 16th – 17th Century
Near Lewin Street, Middlewich
Partial handle with diagonal design measures 19 cm in length, 7.5 cm wide and 2cm thick
Partial handle with punched holes measures 15.5 cm in length, 5 cm wide and 1.5 cm thick
Held on behalf of the community of Middlewich by Middlewich Heritage Society.