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Jacqueline Pearce and Beverly Straube
The Double Dish Dilemma

Ceramics in America 2001

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  • Figure 1
    Figure 1

    Double-wall vessel, Hampshire Surrey Border ware, ca. 1610. Lead-glazed earthenware. L. 9.1". (Object # 850-jr. Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities, Jamestown Rediscovery collection; photo, Gavin Ashworth.)

  • Figure 2
    Figure 2

    Group shot of double-wall vessels in the collections of the Museum of London. Counterclockwise from the bottom left: 79.120/7, London redware, H. 3.9", W. 6.9"; a5352, London redware (shot on side), H. 3.7", W. 6.3"; a5143, London redware (single lobe), H. 2.6", W 6"; a27902, Hampshire Surrey Border ware (BORDG), H. 3.1", W. 5.3". (Courtesy, Museum of London.)

  • Figure 3
    Figure 3

    Lid, with view of nude male, London redware, sixteenth/seventeenth century. Lead-glazed earthenware. H. about 3". (a10669. Courtesy, Museum of London.)