Souvenir, model of Roman pot; W.H. Goss; 1902; RX.2018.32

Name/Title

Souvenir, model of Roman pot

About this object

A replica of a Roman pot found at Ilford Villa, Painswick in 1902. This little pot was sold as a souvenir and features the crest of the village of Haddington in East Lothian......a typical holiday souvenir of the period

Maker

W.H. Goss

Maker Role

Manufacturer

Date Made

1902

Period

1900s

Place Made

Europe, United Kingdom, England, Stoke on Trent

Place Notes

William Henry Goss - Porcelain, Parian and Earthenware manufacturer at the Cock Works, John Street, Stoke (1858-70)
and from 1870 at the Falcon Pottery, Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent.

Medium and Materials

processed material, ceramic, porcelain

Inscription and Marks

On side:
{coat of arms of Haddington, East Lothian featuring a goat with front legs leaning against a tree on a blue background}
Underneath is a scroll with 'HADDINGTON'

Bottom of pot:
{picture of a bird on a line}
W.H.GOSS
MODEL OF ROMAN POT
FOUND AT ILFORD VILLA
PAINSWICK 1902
No. 500860

Measurements

h 50mm diam 30mm
wt 29g

Object Type

commemorative objects

Object number

RX.2018.32

Copyright Licence  

All rights reserved

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Tags
Scotland
Souvenir
Travel

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