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Closed 28/09/2017
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Closed on 28/09/2017
RCN 1158727


This lovely medieval green-glazed jug, dates back to the 14th century and would have been used by medieval Norfolk families as ordinary tableware. It is typical of the decoration from the medieval pottery production sites at Grimston, near Kings Lynn. This would make a lovely item for a family that wanted to put their name to the historic Castle keep restorations or perhaps to celebrate a special family occasion or anniversary. It would also appeal to those with an interest in ceramics or local history or perhaps a local family pub or restaurant looking to raise their profile.

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