2 edition of Mid eighteenth-century tin-glazed earthenwares from the Delftfield Pottery, Glasgow found in the catalog.
Mid eighteenth-century tin-glazed earthenwares from the Delftfield Pottery, Glasgow
Peter C. Denholm
Offprint from Post-medieval archaeology, 16, (1982).
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Mid Eighteenth-century Tin-glazed Earthenwares From the Delftfield Pottery, Glasgow [Peter C. Denholm] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Reprint from Post-Medieval Archaeology 16 (). Archer, M ‘Delftware made at the Glasgow Pottery Delftfield’ Connoisseur Sep;Austin, J C ‘British Delft at Williamsburg’ Williamsburg.
Denholm, P ‘Mid eighteenth-century tin-glazed earthenware from the Delftfied Pottery, Glasgow’ Post Medieval Archaeology, 16 (), Online shopping for Books from a great selection of Europe, Americas, World, Military, Asia, Historical Study & Educational Resources & more at everyday low prices.
Denholm, Peter C. Mid Eighteenth-century Tin-glazed Earthenwares from the Delftfield Pottery, Glasgow: Excavation at the Broomielaw. In Post –Medieval Archaeology 16 (): Devine, T. Scotland’s Empire and the Shaping of the Americas Washington: Smithsonian Books, Devine, T.
Mid eighteenth-century tin-glazed earthenwares from the Delftfield Pottery, Glasgow: excavations at the Broomielaw, Post-Medieval Archaeol. 16, Diderot, D. & D’Alembert, J. () Encyclopédie, Arts de la ceramique. Download Citation | On Jan 1,A. Krim and others published Excavating the origins of urban form: Çatalhöyük | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
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back to the top. Adam, R J (ed) John Home’s survey of Assynt Scottish Historical. Excavations on the site of the tower-house at Cathcart, demolished inproduced evidence for the construction of the tower and associated barmkin, dated to the mid 15th century.
No earlier structural remains were found but residual pottery suggests that the site was occupied prior to the construction of the tower. The interior of the tower was remodeled in circa –40 in brickwork, an Author: Brian Kerr, Adrian Cox, Dennis Gallagher, Pamela Graves, George Haggarty, Derek Hall, Eileen Malden.
An Abigail Griffith Lambeth small blue and white bowl, with the same pattern, is illustrated in the published V&A collection catalogue: Michael Archer, Delftware The Tin-glazed Earthenware of the British Isles (London: The Stationary Office, ) Catalogue reference F 46; plate illustrates the same pattern on a polychrome bowl.
Between December and Maya series of archaeological excavations and an architectural survey were undertaken in and around the Tolbooth in Stirling prior to the complete renovation of the building.
The excavations uncovered information relating to the initial construction of the Tolbooth and to subsequent phases of rebuilding, repair and by: 2.