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You get the 6 pieces pictured, all measuring 1 1/4 inches or less (see quarter for sizing). All pieces have smooth, surf tumbled edges and would work well for jewelry pendants, mosaics, or other creative projects.
Pottery manufacturing in Kirkcaldy started in 1714. By 1890, there were four factories in operation, producing everything from tea cups and plates to spittoons and figurines. Kirkcaldy was the perfect location for pottery production. An abundance of clay found in local soil, as well as coal to fire the kilns, created a thriving industry. At its peak, over 400 people in the town were employed in the creation of pottery. With easy access to the harbor, ships carried Kirkcaldy pottery around the world. Some pieces, such as the exclusive hand painted Wemyss Ware, gained international attention and was known to be some of the best pottery to be produced in Scotland.
Sadly, the Depression brought a sudden end to over two centuries of manufacturing in the small seaside town. Although the exact age of these pieces is unknown, they are a small part of Scottish history, certain to be at least 80 years old.
These items were hand collected by me, and come gently washed and packaged with care for safe delivery.
For sea pottery pieces, please visit the pottery sections of my shop:
White and brown pottery: http://www.etsy.com/shop/NorthSeaTreasures?section_id=7455290
Blue, purple, and gray pottery: http://www.etsy.com/shop/NorthSeaTreasures?section_id=10959932
Red, yellow, and green pottery: http://www.etsy.com/shop/NorthSeaTreasures?section_id=10959944
Mixed colors pottery: http://www.etsy.com/shop/NorthSeaTreasures?section_id=10959946
For sea glass pieces, please visit the sea glass sections of my shop:
Blue and green sea glass: http://www.etsy.com/shop/NorthSeaTreasures?section_id=10955349
Dark and light sea glass: http://www.etsy.com/shop/NorthSeaTreasures?section_id=10955339
Mixed colors sea glass: http://www.etsy.com/shop/NorthSeaTreasures?section_id=7455292
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