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North Devon Gravel-Tempered Coarse Earthenware Pipkin. Unglazed exterior and glazed interior, 3 legged. While this site is conservatively dated c. 1660-1700, it is likely the assemblage represents the household of Henry Hosier, merchant, who occupied the site c. 1671-1686.North Devon Gravel-Tempered Coarse Earthenware Pipkin. Unglazed exterior and glazed interior, 3 legged. While this site is conservatively dated c. 1660-1700, it is likely the assemblage represents the household of Henry Hosier, merchant, who occupied the site c. 1671-1686.

North Devon Gravel-Tempered Coarse Earthenware Pipkin. Unglazed exterior and glazed interior, 3 legged. While this site is conservatively dated c. 1660-1700, it is likely the assemblage represents the household of Henry Hosier, merchant, who occupied the site c. 1671-1686.North Devon Gravel-Tempered Coarse Earthenware Pipkin. Unglazed exterior and glazed interior, 3 legged. While this site is conservatively dated c. 1660-1700, it is likely the assemblage represents the household of Henry Hosier, merchant, who occupied the site c. 1671-1686.

Buck Site 18KE292