Casserole dish

Brannam’s Pottery had great success with Art Pottery in the years 1880-1900 and the RAMM collection includes many fine examples of Barum Ware. By the time this casserole was made in the mid 1970s, Brannam’s Pottery was making more commercial pieces like this, in traditional earthenware with a glaze to make to make the casserole food-safe and watertight.

Object Summary

Accession Loan No.
Collection Class
British ceramics
earthenware (interior , upper glazed) | | | |
Common Name
Casserole dish
Simple Name
casserole and cover
Period Classification
Modern (1945-)
Production Town
Production County
N. Devon
Production Country
United Kingdom: England
Production Date
Production Person Initials
Charles H
Production Person Surname
Production Year Low

Production Year High

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