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'Alb-Hegau' style pot, handbuilt, coil, incised and painted. The original was found Konstanz, Germany. 6th c. BC. Anglo-Saxon Dog Pot handbuilt, coil, incised. The original was found at St. John's College crickett field, Cambridge, England. 6th. c. AD. Storage jar, common to highlands of Scotland Handbuilt, coil. 12th. c AD. Pitcher, handbuilt, coil. Original found at Aberdeen, Scotland. 12th.c. AD . Cistern, handbuilt, coil common throughout out Scotland 14 - 16th.c. AD. Tavern mugs, common along the border of Scotland and England. Handbuilt, coil 12th-18th. c. AD.

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