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Twiffler Plate - Whiteware, Blue Transfer-Printed, Willow Pattern, Podmore, Walker & Co., England, Tunstall, 1834-1859 (Fragment) Archaeology Reg. No: LL 080767

8" rim. Flawed - smudged print (minor, on rim). Maker's mark on base: "WARRANTED STAFFORDSHIRE PW & CO" (Podmore, Wa ker & Co1834-1859) Small impressed mark on base as well - illegible.
Supplementary reference: Coysh
Acquisition Information:
Transfer from Heritage Victoria, 2005
Discipline: Archaeology - Historical

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Tagged with: making history - little lonsdale street
Themes this item is part of: An Archaeological Time Capsule: Casselden Place, Little Lon Collection
On Display at: Melbourne Museum
Primary Classification: HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY
Secondary Classification: Food Service
Tertiary Classification: plates
Activity: food service
Specific Activity: plate
Trench Unit Number: 02/22.1/38
Inscriptions: On base, in ribbon: 'WARRANTED / STAFFORDSHIRE / P W & Co.' (TP) / Illegible (IMP).
Manufacturer: Podmore, Walker and Company, 1834-1859
References: G. A. Godden 'Encyclopedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks', 1991


tim Posted on 28 Dec 2012 4:27 PM
I found a fragment of the above dish in Boston Harbor. upper two birds with the trees and pagoda to the left.

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