Tyg

ca. 1600-1700 (made)
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Image of Gallery in South Kensington
On display at V&A South Kensington
Ceramics, Room 138, The Harry and Carol Djanogly Gallery
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Tyg of red earthenware, decorated with applied discs of white slip and covered with a brown glaze. In the form of a wide inverted bell, with three loop handles and two discs of slip in each interval between them.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Lead-glazed earthenware
Brief Description
Lead-glazed earthenware tyg (a waster). English, perhaps made in Tickenhall, ca. 1600-1700
Physical Description
Tyg of red earthenware, decorated with applied discs of white slip and covered with a brown glaze. In the form of a wide inverted bell, with three loop handles and two discs of slip in each interval between them.
Dimensions
  • Taken from register height: 7.6cm
  • Taken from register diameter: 9.5cm
Gallery Label
Tyg (a waster) Perhaps made in Ticknall, Debyshire, England, about 1600-1700 Lead-glazed earthenware 295-1907(23/05/2008)
Object history
Originally thought to be 15th or first half 16th century.
Collection
Accession Number
295-1907

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record createdMarch 31, 2008
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