Cisterns and Pitchers

Everyday household items used for storing and pouring liquids.

On Colors and Glazes All of our glazes are hand mixed from formulas that we have developed. Each item can be ordered in either blue, brown, rust brown, green, white, turquoise, glossy purple, shino, red gold, blue purple, lapis satin, fire opal and teal, unless specifically stated otherwise. Custom colors are available, but there may be an additional charge. Due to the nature of glazes, exact color matching is not possible.

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Note: Most pottery items are not in stock and will be custom-made to your specifications. Due to the custom hand-made nature of the items, rush orders are not available.

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16th Century Cistern

16th Century Cistern

Medieval Cistern, Late 16th Century from Newcastle on Tyne. Reference material: "An Excavation in the Castel Ditch, new Castel on Tyne, 1974-6" by R. Harbottle and M. Ellison, in Archeologia Aeliana 5th Series, IX (1981) 75-250. Size : Approximately 14 inches by 6 inches
$80.00

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Knight on Horseback Jug

Knight on Horseback Jug

Knight on Horseback Jug (or Nottingham Jug) from 13th Century England. Scarborough Ware It is my belief that these jugs were made to show off the potter’s prowess, proving that their hands and design skill were adept enough to handle this complex form. Further, based on first hand experience, I...
$150.00

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Medieval Cistern

Medieval Cistern

Cistern, 15-16th Century English Humberware Originally for storing water for drink and cooking usage, this cistern is perfect for parties and events. Size 12" high, 8" wide at handles. Holds at least 18 cups of liquid. Comes with spigot [not shown]. Reference material: Medieval Pottery in the York...
$95.00

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Modern Pitcher

Modern Pitcher

Modern Pitcher: This pitcher is one of my forays into the modern world of pottery. While holding on to the same basic shape and expression, each one of these pitchers will be slightly differant. Available in copper green (pictured) or ashy green. Approx 6-8 inches tall
$45.00

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Ram's Head Jug

Ram's Head Jug

Ram's Head Jug, Kingstone Type Ware. English 13th Century Sources: Surry White Ware by Jaqueline E. Pierce and Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archeological Society Vol. 33 by Jacqueline Pearce, Vince Alan and R. White. Size : Approx. 10 in tall
$55.00

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Yorkshire Glazed Ewer

Yorkshire Glazed Ewer

Yorkshire Glazed Ewer. English, 13th Century. A turning point in Medieval English pottery, this pot marks the begining of more elaborately decorated pots. Source: Medieval Pottery in the Yorkshire Museum Sarah Jennings, The Yorkshire Museum, 1992.
$100.00

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