drinking vessel; drinking hornAccession number: A3914
Collection place: Kingston-upon-Thames, London [Kingston-upon-Thames]
Production date: Late Medieval; 14th century
Material: ceramic; earthenware
Measurements: H 104 mm; W 100 mm; L 190 mm
Museum Section: Medieval
Summary: Kingston-type ware (2355); drinking horn with handle on the back. It has three feet under the base and the front shows a human face.There are remains of a phallic figure seated behind the handle.
Location: Not currently on display. For information contact the Museum.
Category: Medieval glazed ware.
Sub-category: Surrey whitewares.
Pearce, Jacqueline E.; Vince, Alan; Jenner, Anne; Cowell, Michael; Haslam, Jeremy, Surrey Whitewares A dated type-series of medieval London pottery 4; LAMAS Special Paper 10 London: London & Middlesex Archaeological Society, (1988). Pages: 192 pISSN ISBN 0903290340 (Object details: fig 100 no 387, published)