Good question; the Glastonbury Lake Village ones seem a good start; very high quality indeed. Crikey they were good at it.
As far as I can make out, they were not wheel thrown, although I have my nagging doubts, really, as inertia type wheels are not a big jump from milling techniques, and the shape of the better pots is accurate to a daunting level; to hand build that implies to me that some meaning of constantly turning, comparing, shaving would soon spring into the maker's mind.
We do not even know whether people slab built or coiled the Glastonbury pots; coiled seems most likely to modern me, but what would they roll the longer coils on....we have tables; we do not find broken flat stones in digs , do we? Or do we? And how would they keep the clay in good condition? In other lidded pots?
Any pointers, of any sort, are most welcome; frankly I am lost in indecision!