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Clay Tobacco Pipe Catalogue

ContextQuantityWeight (g)Description
100 (u/s) (w/b)23162 12 bowls/bowl fragments:
1 bowl with spur heel and mould-imparted cartouche, showing 'EVANS' surrounding anchor within shield. Maker is probably Isaac Evans, fl. 1700-1712/3, Master of Pipemakers in 1710, died 1712-13 (Walker 1971, 21, figure 23; Jackson and Price 1974, 41; Price 2014, 1555 ff.).

4 complete bowls with spur heels, including 1 with removed cartouche, all Bristol Type 15, c. 1690-1740, most burnished.

1 bowl with spur heel (Type 15), marked with four roundels, with soot-blackened stem. Probable product of Israel Carey I (fl. 1756-1787), working in Lewins Mead then Castle Green (Jackson and Price 1974, 115, 120; Price 2014, 807 ff.) or James Jenkins (see Context 1046).

2 bowls of Bristol Type 15a (1690-1740), both with spur heels.

3 complete/near-complete bowls with spurs (2 fractured), burnished, Bristol Type 21 (c 1730-40), forward-pointing bowl with rim nearly parallel to stem.

1 Bristol Type 27 (1840 onwards): small, upright bulbous bowl, with ribbed flange on upper and lower face of bowl along seam, identical to bowls found in Context 174 (Jarrett 2013, 224).
152 (silt deposit, similar to 1115; w/b)112 1 bowl:
1 complete bowl, Bristol Type 21 (c 1730-40; Jarrett 2013, 222). Bowl has spur heel and royal (Hanoverian) coat of arms of newly-formed United Kingdom, with image of sun on opposite side of bowl. Probable product of Robert Tippett II or III, fl. 1660-1722 (Jackson and Price 1974, 74, 132-3; Price 2014, 4069 ff.). Similar pipes found at Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol, also elsewhere in southern England, notably London (Jackson 2002b, 95). Figure 67.
174 (dark grey silt deposit; w/b)29188 13 bowls/bowl fragments:
1 upright bowl, burnished, with spur heel, with initials, 'JW' on heel, probably BRST 23 (1730-1800). ). Probably John Wilkey or Joseph White II (working at 26 Wade Street c 1840-c 1871; Price 2014, 4409, 4571).

1 plain upright bowl with stumpy spur heel, slightly burnished, BRST 23 (c 1730-1800; Jarrett 2013, 223).

3 bowls with sloping rims and stylised foliage decoration on seams and stumpy spur heels decorated with rosettes, BRST 26 (c 1840-80; Jarrett 2013, 223).

1 bowl with acorn decoration and stumpy spur heel, stylised foliage decoration on seams, Type as above; see also Jackson and Price 1974, 135, 140).

3 bowls with basket-work decoration, a stylised ropework border below the rim and raised triangular 'shoulders' with triangular decoration at the junction of the bowl and stem, BRST 27 (1840 onwards; Jackson and Price 1974, 136; Jarrett 2013, 224).

4 bowls with ribbed decorative flange along upper and lower seams, BRST 27 (as above, similar to unstratified example). See Figure 68.

16 stem fragments:
2 stem fragments with rust/other discolouration.
1 plain mouth-piece.
1 green-glazed mouth-piece (similar examples recorded at several sites in Bristol, including Temple Back, Wellington Road and Monk Street (see Beckey and Price 2006, 118).

Bore diameters:
9×4/64″
6×5/64″
1×6/64″
184 (fill of cellar; w/b)110 1 bowl fragment:
1 fractured clay tobacco pipe bowl with pedestal heel, burnished, with initials 'RC' incuse, marked on upper face of bowl, BRST 16 (1690-1720/40; Jarrett 2013, 221, figure 4.20.33). Maker may be one of several Bristol makers with these initials, most likely: Richard Carter I (see Context 1112).
185 (fill of cellar, same as excav. 1136; w/b)112 1 bowl:
1 near-complete clay tobacco pipe bowl with fractured spur heel and forward-pointing bowl, highly rust-stained; bears incuse initials 'WS', on upper face, BRST 18 (c 1700-40; Jarrett 2013, 222). Possible product of William Spencer, fl. 1734-35/6, working in Lewins Mead (Jackson and Price 1974, 72; Price 2014, 3918 ff.).
1000 (u/s)22128 12 stem fragments (including 1 fire-blackened fragment and 1 with a chunky spur heel).

Bore diameters:
12×4/64″
2×5/64″
1×6/64″

10 bowls/bowl fragments:
1 marked bowl, Oswald Type 15:1660-80; forward-pointing, with stubby spur heel Cartouche is indistinct, and shows initial 'E' or 'F' above possible fleur de lys with star motif below. The maker remains unidentified, despite extensive search of marked bowls in published sources e.g. Walker 1971, Jackson and Price 1974, Jarrett 2013, Peacey 1979 etc. See Figure 65.

1 marked bowl, BRST 24: c 1770-1830; fragment of upright bowl, fire-blackened, initials 'SR' either side of stubby spur heel. Likely to be product of Samuel Richards II, known to have been working in St Thomas Street, Bristol between c 1780 and 1817 (Price 2014, 3460).

1 marked bowl, BRST 23: 1730-1800; upright, regular type with spur heel; initials 'RT' either side of spur heel, probably burnished. Probably the product of one of three (or possibly four) Robert Tippetts, working in Bristol between 1660 and late 18th century (Price 2014, 4069 ff.).

1 bowl fragment with chunky pedestal heel, forward-pointing; rounded bowl, heel marked with raised star motif; most similar to Peacey 9: 1690-1720.

1 near-complete bowl, BRST 15:1690-1740; spur heel, straight-sided bowl, horizontal rim, burnished.

1 near-complete bowl, BRST 15: 1690-1740; spur heel, straight-sided bowl, horizontal rim, burnished, some mortar adhering, some fire-blackening.

1 bowl with very long spur heel; tall, upright bowl, probably burnished, BRST 28: c 1840 onwards.

1 upright bowl with horizontal rim, heel fractured, burnished, BRST 23: c 1730-1800.

1 forward-pointing bowl fragment with chunky spur heel, probably BRST 15: 1690-1740.

1 small bowl fragment with chunky flattened spur – probably BRST 15: c 1690-1740.
1009 (mixed deposit below paving (1007)2872 24 stem fragments: Including:
2 fire-blackened;
1 with mortar adhering;
1 mouth-piece;
1 with fractured spur;
1 with very large oval pedestal heel, possibly similar to BRST 22: c 1730-80.

Bore diameters:
6×4/64″
11×5/64″
7×6/64″

4 bowls/bowl fragments:
1 fractured bowl with long, pointed spur heel, forward-pointing bowl, burnished, with incuse initials 'CH' on top of bowl – probably Charles Hicks, working in Bristol between 1721/2 and 1741/2; BRST 15a:1690-1740 (Price 2014, 2171 ff.).

3 undiagnostic bowl fragments.
1012 (fill of cut for wall 1010)1024 9 stem fragments:
Including:
1 with rust accretions;
1 mouth-piece;
2 with spur heels (fractured).

Bore diameters:
2×4/64″
4×5/64″
3×6/64″

1 bowl fragment:
1 straight-sided bowl fragment with stylised leaf decoration on the seam (fragment too small to be diagnostic) (cf. Jarrett 2013, figure 4.23 no. 7).
1037 (fill of cut for wall 1017)846 3 stem fragments:
Including:
1 fire-blackened.

Bore diameters:
1×5/64″
2×6/64″

5 bowl fragments:
1 complete bowl, with some rust-discolouration and fire-blackening; large, forward-pointing, with flattened spur heel, straight-sided underside, slight 'belly' to upper surface; BRST 15: 1690-1740.

1 complete bowl: large, oval, slightly splayed pedestal heel, forward-pointing bowl, straight-sided underside, slight 'belly' to upper surface, with abraded (?deliberately erased) cartouche; BRST 10: 1660-90.

1 bowl fragment: burnished, forward-pointing, smallish, thick-walled bowl with fractured spur: Oswald Type 15: c 1660-80.

1 straight-sided, burnished bowl fragment (underside of bowl only): BRST 28: 1840 onwards.

1 undiagnostic bowl fragment.
1046 (bedding layer for brick floor surface 1045)45242 37 stem fragments:
Including:
1 mouth-piece;
3 with partial fire-blackening;
1 with mortar accretions;
1 with complete pedestal heel;
3 with partial pedestal heels.

Bore diameters:
3×4/64″
28×5/64″
7×6/64″

8 bowl fragments:
1 complete bowl, burnished, forward-pointing, with oval pedestal heel and initials 'II' within raised cartouche; BRST 16: 1690-1720/40. Maker probably James Jenkins (1707-38), working in St James' parish (Jarrett 2013, 232-3; Price 2014, 2376 ff.).

1 complete bowl, burnished, elongated spur, straight-sided underside, slight 'belly' to upper surface, some fire discolouration; BRST 15: 1690-1740.

1 fire-blackened bowl fragment with oval pedestal heel, burnished, quite upright bowl with slight 'belly' on upper surface; BRST 9: 1660-90 (see Jarrett 2013, 219).

1 small, thick-walled, bulbous, forward-pointing bowl fragment with chunky spur; some rust- and fire-discolouration; Oswald Type 15:1660-80.

1 forward-pointing, straight-sided, large bowl, fractured spur heel, burnished, probably BRST 15a: 1690-1740.

1 bowl fragment with spur heel, upper surface of bowl only; flattish with very slight 'belly', forward-pointing; probably BRST 15a: 1690-1740.

2 similar bowl fragments; undersides of bowls, straight-sided, long bowls, forward-pointing; both BRST 15a: 1690-1740.
1052 (fill of cut for wall 1047)328 2 stem fragments:
Including:
1 long stem with spur heel.

Bore diameters:
1×5/64″
1×8/64″

1 bowl fragment:
Forward-pointing bowl with some rouletting around rim, slight 'belly' on upper surface, pedestal heel, mortar adhering; Peacey Gloucestershire Type 5: 1670-1700.
1081 (mixed deposit sealed below modern rubble)314 3 stem fragments:
Including 2 with fire-blackening.

Bore diameters:
2×4/64″
1×5/64″
1082 (bedding for brick surface 1068)418 3 stem fragments:
Including :
1 with rust-staining.

Bore diameters:
2×4/64″
1×5/64″

1 bowl fragment:
Bowl with spur heel, forward-pointing, smallish, some rust staining; Oswald Type 15: 1660-80.
1085 (dump deposit below cobbles 1005)615 6 stem fragments:
Including:
1 with fire-blackening
1 with possible rust-staining.

Bore diameters:
4×4/64″
1×6/64″
1×8/64″
1086 (dump deposit cut by wall cut 1011)1442 12 stem fragments:
Including:
5 with some fire-blackening.

Bore diameters:
12×5/64″

2 bowl fragments:
1 bowl fragment with chunky pedestal heel, with possible indistinct maker's mark, upright fractured, could be BRST 18: 1700-40.

1 bowl fragment with leaf decoration on seam, fragment too small to be diagnostic (for leaf decoration, see Jarrett 2013, 229; Jackson and Price 1974, 136-8).
1088 (bedding layer for floor surfaces 1055, 1058)410 3 stem fragments:
Bore diameters:
3×5/64″
1089 (dump deposit below 1088)410 4 stem fragments:
Including:
2 with fire-blackening
1 with fractured spur

Bore diameters:
1×4/64″
3×5/64″
1090 (dump deposit below 1089)828 6 stem fragments:
Including:
1 with rust discolouration.

Bore diameters:
1×4/64″
3×5/64″
2×6/64″

2 bowl fragments:
1 fractured bowl with spur heel, forward-pointing, very slight 'belly' on upper surface, burnished; BRST 15a: 1690-1740.

1 undiagnostic bowl fragment.
1091 (bedding layer for cobbles 1005)3282 27 stem fragments:
Including:
2 with spur heels
2 with fire-blackening
2 with mortar accretions
1 with possible rust discolouration

Bore diameters:
1×3/64″
5×4/64″
16×5/64″
5×6/64″

5 bowl fragments:
1 bowl fragment with spur heel and stylised leaf decoration and dots on upper seam and stylised leaf decoration on lower seam (Jarrett 2013, figure 4.23, no. 7; Jackson and Price 1974, 136-8, 19th century date).

1 heavily rusted bowl fragment with fractured spur heel, undiagnostic.

3 undiagnostic fragments.
1094 (secondary fill of cut 1147)212 1 stem fragment:
Stem with some mortar adhering and some rust discolouration.

Bore diameter:
4/64″

1 bowl fragment:
Bowl fragment, heavily discoloured by fire, with some mortar accretions, fractured spur, forward-pointing; BRST 18: 1700-40.
1099 (dump deposit abutting wall 1064)26 2 stem fragments:
Bore diameters:
1×4/64″
1×5/64″
1103 (dump deposit below 1086)412 4 stem fragments:
Including:
1 mouth-piece

Bore diameters:
3×5/64″
1×6/64″
1104 (primary fill of gully 1105)622 6 stem fragments:
Including:
1 with fractured spur

Bore diameters:
3×5/64″
3×6/64″
1111 (poss. garden soil)526 3 stem fragments:
Including:
1 with fractured spur

Bore diameters:
3×5/64″

2 bowl fragments:
1 complete bowl with spur heel, straight-sided, forward-pointing, rim parallel with stem; BRST 15a: 1690-1740.

1 fire-blackened bowl fragment, thick-walled, undiagnostic.
1112 (deposit similar to 1111)1684 11 stem fragments:
Including:
1 slightly curving stem fragment
1 with fire-blackening
2 with rust marks
1 with concretions

Bore diameters:
4×5/64″
7×6/64″

5 bowl fragments:
1 complete bowl with flat, pedestal heel, forward-pointing, burnished, rim parallel to stem, incuse initials on upper surface, 'RC'; BRST 16: 1690-1720/40. For 'RC', see Jarrett 2013, 227, figure 4.20.33; probably Richard Carter I or II, (1706-?34) (Jarrett 2013, 231; Jackson and Price 1974, 36-7; Price 2014, 787).

1 straight-sided, forward-pointing bowl, chunky pedestal heel (as above), abraded stamp showing only upper initial 'I'; BRST 15: 1690-1740. Stamp could be of I./J. Abbott (fl.1682-1718), working in Maudlin Lane, then Wine Street, Bristol (Price 2014, 16 ff.); Walker 1971, 20, figure 12) or I./J. Jenkins (see Context 1046).

1 complete bowl, forward-pointing, burnished, straight-sided, flat, pedestal heel, straight underside, slight 'belly' to upper surface, most similar to BRST 16: 1690-1720/40 or Oswald Type 25: 1700-70.

1 fractured bowl, rounded, fractured spur, forward-pointing, burnished, too fragmentary to be diagnostic.

1 undiagnostic bowl fragment.
1114 (deposit similar to 1111)31112 25 stem fragments:
Including:
2 with fire-blackening
2 with brownish discolouration and concretions

Bore diameters:
6×4/64″
12×5/64″
7×6/64″

6 bowl fragments:
1 bowl fragment with signs of burning, small spur heel, very rough applied roundel (?cartouche), no maker's mark or initials visible. Could be Type 21: 1730-40.

4 bowl fragments with stumpy spur heels and stylised leaf decoration with dots, on upper and lower seams (see Jarrett 2013, figure 4.23, no. 7; 234; Jackson and Price 1974, 136-8. Probably Type 21: 1730-40; cf. Oswald Types 25 and 26: 1700-1800.

1 fractured bowl, upright, fractured spur, burnished, straight-sided, rim parallel to stem; BRST 23: 1730-1800.
1115 (early dump layer)1560 12 stem fragments:
Including:
1 heavily concreted
1 fire-blackened

Bore diameters:
1×4/64″
5×5/64″
5×6/64″
1×7/64″

3 bowl fragments:
1 complete, marked bowl with spur heel, burnished, forward-pointing, rim parallel to stem, initials 'IM' in cartouche, right side of bowl; BRST 15: 1690-1740. Probably John Macey/Massey I or II (1706-38), working on Temple Street then Castle Street (Price 2014, 2607 ff.)

1 marked bowl, very long, straight-sided, with short, stubby spur, some milling around one side of rim, indistinct cartouche; probably BRST 15 or 21: 1690-1740 (cf. Jarrett 2013, figure 4.19.19 and 230). May be product of James/Jacob Abbott (see Context 1112).

1 burnished bowl fragment with very large, oval pedestal heel, forward-pointing bowl, possibly most similar to BRST 16: 1690-1720/40.
1123 (modern rubble deposit)310 3 stem fragments:
Including:
1 with possible mouthpiece
1 with rust discolouration

Bore diameters:
3×5/64″
1124 (fill of cut for wall 1010)38 3 stem fragments:
Bore diameters:
2×5/64″
1×6/64″
1126 (probable early dump layer similar to 1115)412 1 stem fragment:
Bore diameter:
8/64″

3 bowl fragments:
2 conjoining fragments making up complete bowl, small, bulbous, milling around rim, initials 'PE', on pedestal heel; BRST 3: 1640-70; Philip Edwards I or II (1649-1702/3), working in Lewins Mead (Jarrett 2013, 224, 228, 230; Price 2014, 1448 ff.). See Figure 66.

1 undiagnostic, straight-sided bowl fragment.
1136 (fill of cellar adj to Little Anne Street)1434 14 stem fragments:
Including:
2 with fire-blackening

Bore diameters:
7×4/64″
7×5/64″
1138 (dump deposit)1594 11 stem fragments:
Including:
1 stem fragment with stylised foliage decoration, raised beading and roundels (cf. Jarrett 2013, 234; Jackson and Price 1974, 285; Walker 1971, 21, 36, figure 25b). Walker suggests 'ornate stem decoration is rare before c. 1780'.
1 stem with spur heel;
1 stem with fractured spur
1 stem with intermittent red staining

Bore diameters:
5×5/64″
4×6/64″
1×7/64″

4 bowl fragments:
1 complete bowl, forward-pointing, burnished, with slight 'belly' on upper surface, large oval heel, cartouche on right side of bowl, showing initials 'CH'; BRST 16: 1690-1720/40; probably product of Charles Hicks (see Context 1009).

1 complete bowl, forward-pointing, spur heel, straight back, very slight 'belly' to upper surface, very slight burnish; BRST 15a: 1690-1740.

1 complete bowl, forward-pointing, spur heel, straight back, very slight 'belly' to upper surface, slight burnish; BRST 15: 1690-1740.

1 complete bowl, quite upright, long but quite broad spur heel, curving underside, very slight 'belly' to upper surface, some burnishing on upper and lower surfaces; BRST 15: 1690-1740.
1145 (fill of 18th cent rubbish pit)1750 15 stem fragments:
Including:
4 fire-blackened
1 with rust discolouration

Bore diameters:
2×4/64″
11×5/64″
1×6/64″
1×7/64″

2 bowl fragments:
1 very large bowl fragment with very long spur heel, very slight 'belly' on upper surface, possible burnishing; BRST 15: 1690-1740.

1 undiagnostic bowl fragment.
1160 (upper fill of cut 1161)718 7 stem fragments:
Bore diameters:
2×4/64″
4×5/64″
1×6/64″
1164 (deposit overlying culvert 1165)2894 24 stem fragments:
Including:
1 with stubby spur
1 with fractured spur
1 burnt and coated with slag
1 with copper staining
4 with rust/other staining

Bore diameters:
1×4/64″
16×5/64″
3×6/64″
2×7/64″
1×8/64″

4 bowl fragments:
1 very thick-walled bowl fragment with fractured chunky spur and pronounced raised fluting, identical to Jarrett 2013, figure 4.23.7; BRST 25: 1820-60; see also Jarrett 2013, 234.

1 chunky spur heel with fragment of upright bowl, possibly Type 21: 1730-40.

1 very long, straight bowl fragment, burnished, undiagnostic.

1 undiagnostic fragment.
1168 (fill of cut 1167)726 6 stem fragments:
Including:
1 with spur heel
2 coated with slag

Bore diameters:
6×5/64″

1 bowl fragment:
1 forward-pointing bowl fragment with spur, burnished, curving lower profile, straight upper profile; BRST 15: 1690-1740.
1170 (upper fill of cut 1169)18 1 bowl fragment:
Forward-pointing, burnished bowl fragment with spur heel, curve underside; Type 21: 1730-40.
1174 (fill of cut 1173)12 1 undiagnostic bowl fragment.
1176 (fill of cut 1175)1568 11 stem fragments:
Including:
2 fire-blackened
1 with spur heel

Bore diameters:
8×5/64″
3×6/64″

4 bowl fragments:
1 marked bowl, fractured , short, stubby spur heel, forward-pointing, burnished, curving underside, cartouche on right side of bowl showing initials 'IOB'; probably BRST 15: 1690-1740; unidentified maker (Jarrett 2013, 230, figure 4.20.32; Jackson and Price 1974, 29-30).

1 bowl marked with probably same cartouche as above, also with spur; BRST 15: 1690-1740.

1 near-complete bowl, burnished, straight-sided, forward-pointing, fractured spur, probably BRST 15: 1690-1740.

1 undiagnostic bowl fragment.
1178 (upper fill of cut 1177)1980 19 stem fragments:
Including:
2 with spur heels
1 with fractured pedestal heel
1 coated with slag
2 fire-blackened

Bore diameters:
17×5/64″
1×6/64″
1181 (fill of cut 1180)316 1 stem fragment:
Bore diameter:
5/64″

2 bowl fragments:
1 very long, straight, forward-pointing bowl fragment with slightly flared pedestal heel, burnished; probably BRST 16: 1690-1720/40.

1 upright bowl fragment with fractured spur heel, some fire-blackening, slightly burnished, undiagnostic.
1185 (bedding for flagstone surface 1184)1158 7 stem fragments:
Including:
2 with possible rust-staining

Bore diameters:
6×5/64″
1×6/64″

4 bowl fragments:
1 complete, early bowl with flat, pedestal heel, forward-pointing, barrel-shaped, milling around rim, some concretions; probably BRST 4: 1640-70.

2 straight-sided bowl fragments, undiagnostic, but must be 1690s or later.

1 undiagnostic, thick-walled bowl fragment.
1187 (fill of cut 1186)424 3 stem fragments:
Including:
1 with spur heel

Bore diameters:
2×5/64″
1×6/64″

1 bowl fragment:
Bowl with spur heel and completely abraded cartouche, forward-pointing, slight burnish, fire-blackened, straight-sided; BRST 15a: 1690-1740.
1188 (dump deposit)14 1 stem fragment:
Stem with very long spur heel.

Bore diameter:
5/64″
1190 (deposit similar to 1111)24136 19 stem fragments:
Including:
1 with mouth-piece
3 fire-blackened
1 with pedestal heel, heavily concreted

Bore diameters:
2×4/64″
10×5/64″
5×6/64″

5 bowl fragments:
1 complete bowl with oval pedestal heel, forward-pointing, slight burnish, straight-sided underside, very slight 'belly' to upper surface, probably BRST 16: 1690-1720/40.

1 fractured bowl with fractured spur heel, forward-pointing, slight burnish, very slight 'belly' to upper surface, most similar to BRST 15: 1690-1740.

1 fractured bowl with fractured pedestal heel, forward-pointing, remnants of abraded cartouche; probably BRST 16: 1690-1720/40.

1 bowl fragment with large, oval pedestal heel, forward-pointing, slight burnish; probably BRST 16: 1690-1720/40.

1 bowl fragment with fire-blackening and staining, thick-walled, possibly BRST 18: 1700-40.
1191 (primary fill of cut 1177, below 1178)312 2 stem fragments:
Including:
1 with large pedestal heel

Bore diameters:
2×5/64″

1 bowl fragment:
Forward-pointing bowl fragment with long spur heel and long, straight, forward-pointing bowl with very slight 'belly' on upper surface, slight burnishing; BRST 15: 1690-1740.
1195 (primary fill of culvert 1165)28 2 stem fragments:
Including:
1 slightly discoloured

Bore diameters:
1×5/64″
1×6/64″
1198 (primary fill of cut 1197)1270 8 stem fragments:
Including:
1 concreted with spur heel
1 with spur heel

Bore diameters:
7×5/64″
1×6/64″

4 bowl fragments:
1 near-complete spurred bowl, forward-pointing, slight burnish, straight-sided; Type 21: 1730-40.

1 spurred bowl fragment, slight burnish, forward-pointing, curved lower profile; BRST 15: 1690-1740.

1 bowl fragment with fractured spur, undiagnostic, some rust staining.

1 long, straight-sided bowl fragment, burnished.
1211 (fill of cut 1210)524 4 stem fragments:
Including:
1 fire-blackened fragment with chunky spur heel

Bore diameters:
1×5/64″
2×6/64″
1×7/64″

1 undiagnostic bowl fragment.
1225 (dump deposit)12 1 stem fragment:
Bore diameter:
5/64″
1227 (primary fill of cut 1173)310 3 stem fragments:
Bore diameters:
3×5/64″
1230 (deposit below wall 1137)12 1 stem fragment:
Some fire-blackening

Bore diameter:
5/64″

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