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Black basalt

Scope note

Hard, fine-grained, unglazed black stoneware first developed in Staffordshire, England, in the 18th century, further developed and produced by the Wedgwood factory from the 1760s.

This term has 59 records attributed within our system.

Connected records

An image of Herb jar

Herb jar

Accession Number: C.74 & A-1992

An image of Medallion

Sacrifice to Aesculapius

Accession Number: C.67-1982

An image of Medallion

Portrait Medallion of Calysthenes

Accession Number: C.59-1982

An image of Portrait medallion

Portrait Medallion of Henry V (1387-1422)

Accession Number: C.66-1982

An image of Figure

Bust of the Medici Venus

Accession Number: MAR.C.30-1912

An image of Vase

Vase

Accession Number: C.97-1997

An image of Medallion

A Bull after the Antique

Accession Number: C.68-1982

An image of Medallion

Portrait Medallion of Vitellius (AD 15-69)

Accession Number: C.65-1982

An image of Medallion

Portrait Medallion of Varro (116-27 BC)

Accession Number: C.64-1982

An image of Medallion

Portrait Medallion of Brutus (c. 85-42 BC)

Accession Number: C.63-1982

An image of Medallion

Medallion of Apollo

Accession Number: C.52-1982

An image of Medallion

Papal Medallion

Accession Number: C.6-1975

An image of Cream jug

Cream jug

Accession Number: C.54-1930

An image of Portrait medallion

Portrait Medallion of William Pitt (1759-1806)

Accession Number: PER.C.2-1922

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