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Bowl, toddy Bowl, toddy

Carved wooden toddy-bowl with a hunting and drinking scene, from Caithness

Bowl Bowl

Bowl of thin bronze, possibly the hangman's ladle of Dumfries, Scotland, 18th century

Bowl Bowl

Bowl of black glass, moulded with three legs and two handles, and banded by three rills

Bowl Bowl

Bowl of steatite, oblong with animal-head handle and ornamented with incised lines, from Newton of Auchingoul, Inverkeithny, Banffshire, Scotland

Bowl escutcheon Bowl escutcheon

Bronze hanging bowl escutcheon, from the Roman site at Newstead

Bowl escutcheon Bowl escutcheon

Bronze hanging bowl escutcheon, from the Roman site at Newstead

Bowl escutcheon Bowl escutcheon

Bronze hanging bowl escutcheon, from the Roman site at Newstead

Bowl escutcheon Bowl escutcheon

Bronze hanging bowl escutcheon, from the Roman site at Newstead

Bowl Bowl

Two sherds of a Roman brown glass tubular rimmed bowl, from the Iron Age broch of Torwoodlee, Scottish Borders

Bowl / fragment Bowl / fragment

Small fragment of a shallow silver bowl, with animals separated by profile masks, from Traprain Law

Bowl Bowl

Aluminium forging - a bowl with green finish, one of a group of specimens illustrating the manufacture of aluminium

Food mixer Food mixer

Glass bowl for a Kenwood Chef food mixer designed by Kenneth Grange and manufactured by Kenwood Ltd, England, c. 1960

Bowl Bowl

Earthenware bowl printed in underglaze blue with a hunting scene and borders of flowers, made at the Verreville factory of John Geddes, Glasgow, c. 1825

Bowl Bowl

Kitchen dairy bowl of sgraffito redware with a cream slip, decorated with peacocks, flags and a crown, inscribed Mrs Alexr. Mather Arbroath 1865, and probably made by Dryleys Pottery, Montrose

Bowl Bowl

Small bowl of cream glazed earthenware, overpainted in russet, blue and green, inscribed Waterloo, and probably made by Rathbone's Pottery, Portobello, c. 1815 - 1820

Bowl Bowl

Coiled stoneware bowl: Turkish, by Alev Ebüzziya Siesbye, Paris, France, 1990

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