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Ceramic Ware
A stoneware ink bottle from the Weir 1 Site (AkGt-66) near Scarborough, Ontario, Canada.


Country of Origin: England
Manufacture Date Range: 1715 to 2019
(Miller et al. 2000)


General Description

Makers marks are often found on the vessel, the makers mark can be impressed, printed or stenciled. Along with a makers mark often a painted number indicating the size on the vessel can be found and less common a painted design may also be found.(Kenyon 1980)


Vessel Forms

Jug, Bottle, Cream Pot, Butter Pot, Preserve Jar, Butter Churn, Inkwell, Blacking Bottle, Storage ware, Utilitarian ware

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