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A rare, Early Anglo Saxon pottery dish / bowl made from the base of a large Urn, found Suffolk SOLD
A rare, Early Anglo Saxon pottery dish / bowl  made from the base of a large Urn, found Suffolk SOLD
A rare, Early Anglo Saxon pottery dish / bowl  made from the base of a large Urn, found Suffolk SOLD A rare, Early Anglo Saxon pottery dish / bowl  made from the base of a large Urn, found Suffolk SOLD A rare, Early Anglo Saxon pottery dish / bowl  made from the base of a large Urn, found Suffolk SOLD A rare, Early Anglo Saxon pottery dish / bowl  made from the base of a large Urn, found Suffolk SOLD
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c.6th Century A.D. A rare, heavy and robust Early Anglo Saxon pottery dish or shallow bowl excavated in the early 1900's in Ipswich, Suffolk on a known Early Saxon habitation site. This particular vessel exhibits evidence of early recycling as it appears to have been fashioned from the base section of a large hand made coarse ware pottery urn and the edges around then carefully ground and smoothed by hand to create a rounded rim edge. A very rare and intriguing Early Saxon pottery vessel in good overall condition for its great age, c.155mm diameter x 40mm deep


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