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Child Figure

c1880 This painted biscuit porcelain figure depicts a child. The figure is part of the Domestic Incidents theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Child Figure

c1880 This painted biscuit porcelain figure depicts a child. The figure is part of the Domestic Incidents theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Child Figure

c1880 This painted biscuit porcelain figure depicts a child. The figure is part of the Domestic Incidents theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Figure Group

c1810 This enamelled pearlware figure group depicts two children asleep under bushes. It is part of the Domestic Incidents theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Mug

c1835 This earthenware mug has broad brown bands, edged in blue, and is incised: A Gift for George. The mug is part of the Domestic Incidents theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Mug

c1850 This earthenware mug is printed in blue-black with youths in a landscape and inscribed: U was an Umbrella saved Betsy from wet. The mug is part of the Domestic Incidents theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Model

c1800 This model in pearlware, decorated in underglaze colours, is of a child asleep in a cradle with woven basketwork surface. The model is part of the Domestic Incidents theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Plate

c1890 This porcelain plate has an irregular fluted rim. It is painted with a view of Newhaven Harbour with cliffs behind and rows of cottages in front. Newhaven is where the collector and Brighton Museum founder Henry Willett lived as a child. The plate is part

Plate

c1890 This porcelain plate has an irregular fluted rim. It is painted with a view of Newhaven Harbour with cliffs behind and rows of cottages in front. Newhaven is where the collector and Brighton Museum founder Henry Willett lived as a child. The tide mills sh

Mug

c1790 This creamware mug is printed in black with a scene from the once popular verse 'The Parson and Clerk'. The pair are shown outside of an inn with part of the verse starting: 'At the sign of the horse old Spintext of course...' The mug is part of the Relig

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