Archaeologists discovered this impressive Anglo-Saxon bowl at Newark, which was excavated in 1958, 1778 and 1988 during a redevelopment project of Slaughter House Lane.
Occupation of the site on the edge of the river Trent was evident from the Romano-British Period and has continued into modern times.
Earthenware, reduction fired.
Approx. 150mm tall, 195mm diameter
As with all our Museum Quality Replicas, we have made this pot, as the original would have been, entirely by hand from natural clay and using replicas of the types of tool that the ancient makers would have used. As each pot varies, you may not receive the vessel in the image, but you can be sure that your pot will be one of a kind due to the variations caused by the firing process.
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