Five whiteware base, body and rim sherds from a London-shaped cup or bowl with no visible decoration. The rim measures 5.7 inches in diameter, and the bowl stands approximately 3 inches tall. The base has an incised "M," possibly a maker's mark. Four sherds mend together, and one additional rim sherd might belong to the vessel. This vessel could have been used for multiple purposes, including as a slop bowl for tea and as a bowl for eating foods like soup or porridge.
1136.2, 1164.7, 1164.12, 1164.22, 1164.27
1802 - 1880
Rim Diameter 14.5 cm
Base Diameter 7.5 cm
London Shape (Grecian)