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Date Made/Found: 1700-1800
Material and Medium: Pottery
Place Object Found: Sheffield
Department: Archaeology
Accession Number: K1921.69
Brown and yellow slipware sherds from the pottery at Midhope, South Yorkshire.

The potteries were active between 1720 and 1828 and were founded by William Gough. A small hamlet built up around the potteries and became known as "Pot House Fold".

Slipware was a popular style of pottery during this period and examples of it have been found in excavations all around Sheffield.
Display Location: Weston Park Museum

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