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Here’s a thread to post up sources of pottery ID info. Please feel free to add further links below ::g

The Worcestershire Ceramics Online Database include locally produced medieval form types, and fabric and form information for the most commonly identified post-medieval and modern fabrics, as well as concordance information for other type series in surrounding counties. It links to further sources of data too.


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These are all great resources, thanks for posting ::g
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Here's another which is useful if you're in the east midlands - with a bonus flint guide
https://leicsfieldworkers.co.uk/our-res ... ification/
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