Bottle - Ink Bottle, Ceramic, Bristol Glaze, circa 1835-circa mid 20th century Archaeology Reg. No: HA 39

One fragment from the neck and shoulder of an unidentified stoneware bottle, possibly an ink bottle, with cream Bristol glaze. The date range of manufacture is circa 1835 to circa mid 20th century.
Acquisition Information:
Transfer from Godden Mackay Logan Heritage Consultants, 2009
Discipline: Archaeology - Historical

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Tagged with: world heritage, royal exhibition building, archaeology
Themes this item is part of: World Heritage, World Futures, Public Life & Institutions Collection, Royal Exhibition Building Western Forecourt Collection
Primary Classification: HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY
Secondary Classification: Unidentified
Tertiary Classification: bottle
Activity: Clerical
Specific Activity: Bottle
Trench Unit Number: G12/13
Manufacturer: c 1835-c 1958
References: Poplar Forest 1996: 23; Arnold 1989: 13; Brooks 2005: 28; Joy 1989 C-5; Klose and Malan 2000: 54
  1. [Book], Poplar Forest Archaeology Lab and Field Manual, The Corporation for Jefferson's Poplar Forest, Forest, 1996, 1996, 23 Pages
  2. [Book], Ken Arnold, Collecting Australian Found Stoneware, Crown Castleton Publishers, Maiden Gully, 1989, 1989, 13 Pages
  3. [Book], Alasdair Brooks, An Archaeological Guide to British Ceramics in Australia, 1788-1901, Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology, Sydney, 2005, 2005, 28 Pages
  4. [Article] Joy, D. 1989. Appendix C: Diagnostic Cultural Materials, Ceramics., 1989, 5 Pages
  5. [Article - Journal] Klose, J & Malan, A. The Ceramic Signature of the Cape in the Nineteenth Century, with Particular Reference to the Tenant Street Site, Cape Town. The South African Archaeological Bulletin. 55: 49-59., 2000, 54 Pages

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