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Tiger ware is so-called because of its distinctive glaze which has dark stripes of brown on a yellowish background. The inside of this hand-thrown stoneware pot is speckled. This piece dates to the 17th or 18th century and may have been manufactured in Bristol or Staffordshire.
Period: Post Medieval
Find spot: Hampstead Road, Brislington, Bristol. ST 612710
Exhibit contributed by Ken Taylor
Text written by Ken Taylor, in 2011
Photographer: Ken Taylor
Acquisition number: 110618a5