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MONUMENT NO. 71295

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Medieval pottery kiln and wasters excavated in Ashton, Cheshire in 1933. The kiln was a Musty type 3 in production during the late 13th to early 14th century. Pottery forms included cooking pots, shallow dishes, bowls and jugs fired in a quartz based firing fabric with inclusions of feldspar, chert, iron ore, mica and sand. Some of the finds are present in Grosvener Museum, Cheshire. The kiln is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.

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