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Saucer Saucer

Earthenware saucer of shallow dish shape with simple incised decoration of circle and radiating lines, from Barvas, Lewis

Vase Vase

Denticulated milk glazed earthenware vase made by Mrs Catherine MacLean, Bru, Barvas, Lewis, 1935

Pottery / sherd Pottery / sherd

Sherds of pottery, from Castlecary, Stirlingshire

Pottery / fragment Pottery / fragment

Fragment of Samian ware, from the Roman Station at Rough Castle, Stirlingshire

Pottery / fragment Pottery / fragment

Fragment of Samian ware, from the Roman Station at Rough Castle, Stirlingshire

Pottery / fragment Pottery / fragment

Fragment of Samian ware, from the Roman Station at Rough Castle, Stirlingshire

Pottery / fragment Pottery / fragment

Fragment of Samian ware, from the Roman Station at Rough Castle, Stirlingshire

Pottery / fragment Pottery / fragment

Fragment of Samian ware, from the Roman Station at Rough Castle, Stirlingshire

Pottery / fragment Pottery / fragment

Ointment jar

Pottery / sherd Pottery / sherd

Pottery sherd, from Kettleburn, Caithness

Apothecary jar Apothecary jar

Apothecary jar of soft blue pottery, with two carrying handles, for holding honey

Pitcher Pitcher

Earthenware pitcher with green glaze, dredged up from the River Forth near Gargunnock, Stirlingshire

Tobacco jar / elephant Tobacco jar / elephant

Tobacco jar of pottery with a splashed mottled glaze, in the form of an elephant, by the Seaton Pottery, Aberdeen, 1902

Shabti Shabti

Sixteen pottery mould-made shabtis, contained in a rectangular wooden shabti box: Ancient Egyptian, Upper Egypt, Thebes, Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, Third Intermediate Period, probably 25th Dynasty, c. 747 - 656 BC

Statue / servant Statue / servant

Pottery statuette of a squatting emaciated naked man, holding a bound animal over his head (arms and feet restored): Ancient Egyptian, Old Kingdom, probably 6th Dynasty, c.2345 - 2125 BC

Bottle Bottle

Pottery bottle with tall narrow body, narrow neck and handle from upper neck to shoulder, Red Lustrous Wheel-made ware: Ancient Egypt, Middle Egypt, Sedment, Late Cypriot IB - IIA, c.1575 - 1400 BC

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