POTTERY FOR I.D.

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POTTERY FOR I.D.

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I would be grateful if anyone can I.D. this piece of pottery. It has a yellowy hue to it?
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I think that this is 17th century, although giving an pottery ID from a photo is always harder than 'in the flesh' so I'm only as sure as I can be from the photo.
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Thanks guys. :g50:
I will post some more interesting ones.

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