The Archaeology of Pewter Vessels in England 1200-1700: A Study of Form and Usage

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Description The majority of the finds came from anaerobic marine rather than traditiona l land sites and consisted chiefly of medieval to 17th century tablewares – dishes, saucers, plates, porringers , salts, beakers and other smaller drinking vessels, together with a few larger flagons.
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