Monthly Archives: June 2014

18th and 19th-century thrown chimney pots in Bristol. The Sugar House Pottery

8-9 Grove Road, Blackboy Hill. Late 18th-century Following on from the last blog – I have been looking at the rooftops around the top of Blackboy Hill on the edge of Durdham Down. In the 19th century this was a … Continue reading

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English Country Pottery. Bristol Wheel-thrown Chimney Pots

WHEEL-THROWN CHIMNEY POTS We were out looking for garden edging tiles today in the local architectural reclaim yards and came across this big group of thrown terracotta chimney pots many of them with white slip decoration. You see them on … Continue reading

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