Category Archives: ceramic types

Ceramic Glazes

Ceramic GlazesArticle and research by Thomas Baurley, Technogypsie Research, August 7, 2017 Glazes on ceramics were recorded as far back as 2,000 years ago. Glazing involves firing the coating of a vitreous substance atop a ceramic item. This methodology is … Continue reading

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Ruskin Pottery

Ruskin PotteryArticle and research by Thomas Baurley, Technogypsie Research, August 7, 2017 Research is being conducted, please come back for more information and photos. Ruskin: “In 1898 Edward Richard Taylor (1838-1912) and his youngest son William Howson Taylor (1876-1935) established … Continue reading

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Neolithic Wooden Wells (Germany)

Willy Tegel et al. Early Neolithic Water Wells Reveal the World’s Oldest Wood Architecture. PLoS ONE 2012. Open access Image:http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0051374 Figure 2. Tree-ring samples and chronologies. (A) Temporal distribution of 147 oak ring width series, indicating the lengths of the … Continue reading

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Olive Jar

Florida Museum of Natural History, Tallahassee, Florida Olive Jar Produced from 1490 to 1900 CE, originating in Spain The “Olive Jar” or tinajas, peruleras, or botijas are a very common storage or shipping vessel type and classification found throughout the … Continue reading

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Columbia Plain type Majolica

Florida Museum of Natural History, Tallahassee, Florida Columbia Plain type Majolica Produced from 1490 to 1565 CE, originating in Spain Also known as Columbia Plain green dipped, this Majolica originated in Spain and was spread throughout the Carribean via trade … Continue reading

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Lead Glazed Earthenware

Florida Museum of Natural History, Tallahassee, Florida Lead glazed EarthenwareProduced from 1490 to 1900 C.E., Unknown origin This is a generic basic lead glazed coarse earthenware found in archaeological sites throughout the Carribean (through trade) and Florida (USA). It has … Continue reading

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Green Bacin/Basin Ware

Florida Museum of Natural History, Tallahassee, Florida Green Bacin/Basin WareFrom: Spain, common in the Carribean, Florida. Produced from 1490 – 1600 CE The Green Bacin or Green Lebrillo ceramic type is originally from Spain and was exchanged through trade throughout … Continue reading

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El Morro Ware

Florida Museum of Natural History, Tallahassee, Florida El Morro Ware1550 C.E. to 1770 C.E.Common: Iberia, Mexico; the Carribean region; North Florida, U.S.A. Florida Museum of Natural History Ceramic Guide: El Morro Ware El Morro ware is a lead glazed coarse … Continue reading

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