Stiffleaf

Stiffleaf

Posted on 09/09/2014


Photo taken on June 17, 2014



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rotherhithe manor house, london

rotherhithe manor house, london
a corner of the moated manor rebuilt for edward III in 1353, which had a wharf to the river (to the right) and a second courtyard to the south (to the left). the buildings became an english delft pottery factory in 1638.

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Jen Pedler
Jen Pedler
Ooh, yes. I know this one. Was sitting outside the Angel looking across to it the other week. Edward III's manor house, Rotherhithe. It always amazes me that it's preserved there as there's so little left of it.
3 years ago.
Stiffleaf
Stiffleaf
that's it, its dock was to the right, beside the river . it was later a factory for early english delft pottery and tiles.
3 years ago.
MJ Maccardini (trailerfullofpix)
MJ Maccardini (trail…
Kicking myself. I was there last Sunday. Did a bit of mudlarking below the Angel.
3 years ago.
Stiffleaf
Stiffleaf
long dreamt of finding a pilgrim badge, but it's always clay pipe stems and oyster shells. never feel the time's wasted somehow; pottery dumps along the estuaries are good fun too.
whilst gilding at the fishmongers the serious boys would turn up about dawn: they left silver scrap and only kept gold, so some people make it pay.
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.