Tin glazed earthenware plate, English, 18th century.
3 1 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 23cm

Tin glazed earthenware plate, English, 18th century.

Hills, Jennie

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Description

Plate depicting the circumcision of Jesus. Possibly made in Bristol. Earthenware is the earliest known type of pottery and is still made today. Earthenware is relatively coarse and porous, so it is usually glazed. There are two main types of glaze; a transparent lead glaze, which is applied over the decoration and an opaque tin glaze, which is applied with a built-in decoration.
 

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