Oblique view of the Lewis kiln, Buckley, showing walk-in entrance, fireboxes, alternating brick flooring, and surrounding hovel wall base. Scale bars each measure 2m (approximately 6.5'). (All photos, courtesy Earthworks Archaeological Services.)
The potters’ cottage and workshop, comprising five individual rooms. The possible drying floor lies at the bottom left of this photograph. Scale bar measures 2m.
The remains of the second kiln uncovered during the excavations. Scale bars measure 1m (approximately 3.3') and 2m.
Face fragment, Lewis Pottery Complex, Buckley, North Wales, mid-eighteenth to nineteenth century. Biscuit-fired earthenware. One of the most unusual sherds recovered during the excavations, it bears an applied molded bearded face and is coated with white clay slip.