Medieval Pottery

Treasure Hunting, Field Walking, Medieval and Neolithic Finds

Become a Patron! Treasure Hunting, Field Walking, Medieval and Neolithic Finds Stephen and Yhana head out on a field walking trip and find 800 year old finger prints on a medieval sherd of pottery. Along the way Stephen and Yana also find neolithic tools, including flint scrapers and a very primitive, crude flint neolithic knife …

M005 – Medieval Bowl

Medieval Bowl Age: 11th – 15th Century AD Size: 40mm / 113mm Weight: Provenance: – French Auction House. Ex French private collection, acquired in 1980s bought at auction via Your Antiquarian / Spain through Catawiki Description: A beautiful small Medieval bowl with a wonderful texture and colour, broken on one side.

M003 – Byzantine Ceramic Greek Fire Grenade

Byzantine Ceramic Greek Fire Grenade Age: 800 – 1200 AD Size: L: 130mm / W: 90mm Weight: 565g Provenance: – originally the property of a North London gentleman; previously acquired on the UK/European art market before 2000. bought at auction from Pax Romana and now makes up part of the authors collection. Description: Byzantine hollow …

M002 – Medieval Persian Glazed Terracotta Sari-Ware Bowl 12-13th Century AD

Medieval Persian Earthenware Glazed Terracotta Sari-Ware Bowl 12-13th Century AD 18CM Provenance – originally the property of a London collection acquired in the 1970’s and 1980’s. bought at auction and now makes up part of the authors collection. This bowl is “Sari ware,” the traditional term that refers to the town of Sari in northern …

Medieval pottery sherd with finger marks

This Medieval pottery sherd was found in January 2021, near Chelmsford, Essex. The Sherd is a cream coloured ware and the most interesting aspect is the four finger marks that appear on the item. To view this find as it happened, please check out the video below – via a you tube channel that the …