Bowl from a pitcher and bowl set which is attributed to Enoch Wood & Sons from Burslem, Staffordshire. The bowl is decorated in blue and white. The edge and outside of the bowl has a vine and grape pattern and the inside shows a landscape scene of a house on a hill.
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A bottle jack (also known as a roasting jack), was used in cooking to hold and rotate roasts over a fire for even cooking. This one from our collections at Hyde Hall includes the Warranted Maker’s Mark of John Linwood from Birmingham, England whose device of a tree was registered in 1807.