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Diamond-point spoon about 1470–78 London, England Silver, parcel gilt Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Diamond-point spoon about 1470–78 London, England Silver, parcel gilt Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Bronze jug: 14th century. Museum of London, UK. Looking at these vessels from times gone past makes me realize how lucky we are to have the modern conveniences we have today.

Bronze jug: 14th century. Museum of London, UK. Looking at these vessels from times gone past makes me realize how lucky we are to have the modern conveniences we have today.

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Certamente - Pince à salade - Acier - SERAFINO ZANI Couvert à salade en inox plié. Design Konstantin Grcic, collection 'Passami il sale'.

Jug Mill Green ware was made at the kilns around Mill Green, Ingatestone, Essex, from the early 1300s to the late 1400s. Undecorated and unglazed floor tiles and domestic ware was made for local use but the fine ware, such as this jug, was sold in London, Essex, Kent and Hertfordshire. During the period from 1270 to1350, Mill Green wares accounted for between 10-20% of the pottery used in London.  Production Date: Late Medieval; early 14th century

Jug Mill Green ware was made at the kilns around Mill Green, Ingatestone, Essex, from the early 1300s to the late 1400s. Undecorated and unglazed floor tiles and domestic ware was made for local use but the fine ware, such as this jug, was sold in London, Essex, Kent and Hertfordshire. During the period from 1270 to1350, Mill Green wares accounted for between 10-20% of the pottery used in London. Production Date: Late Medieval; early 14th century

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