I think its British but know these are incredibly hard to allocate to a region. Hoping someone out there is able to identify the clay marks after firing to a certain clay and also which century it was made. I am thinking early 19thc due to poor clay quality?
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Very difficult to say , it looks a bit like some verwood stuff , maybe you can have a look into that as a start .
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Yes, difficult to say, plus they were also made in Europe. I've seen a lot at outdoor fairs, which have been shipped over from France. This may well be French.
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I'd say french or more likely spanish they still make them so age can only be judged by the wear
Wrong colour glaze for Verwood but it looks a little more English than French/Spanish to me but I wouldn't put money on it. Loads of continental rustic pots have come into this country in recent years as Naomi said.
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in Spain the glaze colour is generally the same as this and I have seen this shape thousands of times too so Spanish would be my guess
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