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Model

c1810 This model of a top hat, is in blue glazed pearlware with painted trim. The model is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Model

c1790 This model of a watch in pearlware is enamelled in underglaze colours. The model is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Shoe Buckle

c1800 This pearlware shoe buckle is enamelled and fitted with a metal fastening. It is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Shoe Buckle

c1800 This pearlware shoe buckle is enamelled and fitted with a metal fastening. It is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Tobacco Jar

c1860 This earthenware jar is biscuit coloured and moulded in the form of a beadle with the head forming the cover. The jar is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Male Figure

c1860 This biscuit coloured earthenware figure of a crossing sweeper is holding a broomstick and mopping his brow. The figure is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Male Figure

c1860 This biscuit coloured earthenware figure of a crossing sweeper is holding a broomstick and pulling a flask from his pocket. The figure is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Male Figure

c1860 This biscuit coloured earthenware figure of a crossing sweeper is holding a broom and drinking from a flask. The figure is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Male Figure

c1860 This biscuit coloured earthenware figure of a crossing sweeper is holding a broom and filling a pipe with tobacco. The figure is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Figure Bottle

c1850 This enamelled porcelain bottle is moulded as the figure of a beggar with a stick. His head forms the bottle stopper. The bottle is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

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