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Figure Bottle

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

Flask

c1845 This brown stoneware flask has one flattened side modelled in relief with the two entrance holes of the Thames Tunnel. The flask is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Male Figure

1860 This parian porcelain figure is of Isambard Kingdom Brunel. It is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Mug

c1850 This earthenware mug is printed in brown and lightly coloured with a landscape and a locomotive. It is inscribed: PLANET/ LONDON & BIRMINGHAM. The mug is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Mug

c1840 This earthenware mug is printed in brown and coloured with a locomotive in a mountain landscape. It is inscribed: FURY. The mug is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Bust

c1810 This enamelled and gilt porcelain bust is of the Duke of Bridgewater. The bust is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Bust

c1877 This parian porcelain bust is of Josiah Wedgwood. It is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Plate

c1810 This earthenware plate has a moulded floral border and is printed and enamelled with a weaver at his loom. It is inscribed: WEAVING. The plate is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Plaque

1814 This oval pearlware plaque is decorated in underglaze colours and moulded with the figure of a blacksmith at work. The plaque is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Jug

c1800 This pearlware jug is enamelled with floral sprays and inscribed: Henry Muns/ Northamptonshire. It is part of the Professions & Trades theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

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