By William Chaffers
Каталог клейм и монограмм на керамике Европпы и Востока.
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These all have their names written over their heads, and are wonderfully well done, considering they are laid on in slip with a sort of skewer and ; at of Hercules delivering Hesione from the monster ; not moulded (Gro/. Mus. Coll. Chaffers, E. ) This kind of pottery has been occasionally discovered in Holland and Germany, where they were perhaps imported from England. Fig. 18 is introduced for comparison it was found on the banks of the Rhine ; ; DRINK INC CUPS. 2\ is 4! inches high, of a white paste covered with a metalloid glaze, representing dogs chasing a deer, worked in slip or barbotine in the way A drinking cup of another pattern, but of similar before mentioned.
51, tion at : by \\h inches long; its capacity is about a quart, and has evidently been used to contain liquids, which could be introduced at the crupper of the horse and discharged through the mouth, while the hole at the top of the rider's head served as a vent. The figure has a flowing beard, long-toed chausses and prycke spur of the early part of the thirteenth century, for which found from Henry was III. originally covered with a been worn away by use * abundant authorities will be Edward I.
Fig. Roman Italy. 2i inches high, The two views show 5 the side and base of the cup inches diameter. vessels we have just described are so very superior to in texture, quality, glazing (Geo/. Mas. Coll. Chaffers, follow which those decoration, that we may liken them to fine porcelain as and 1028), they were of home manufacture, compared with coarse earthenware kilns no have although been discovered in this country in which the and red lustrous ware was manufactured, yet, on the other hand, several have been exhumed in which the more common description of vessels remained as placed hy the Romano-British potters for baking, and the productions Although these fictile of each particular pottery may be recognised.
Marks and monograms on European and Oriental pottery and porcelain with historical notices of each manufactory by William Chaffers