8 Object Results

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Small silver creamer with handle and spout. It has a simple border design around top lip and middle. Bottom is stamped "PLYMOUTH/ 03 300/SILVER SOLDERED/ 1/4 PTS." In the center of the bottom is th...

31.1
Creamer
1800 – 1850

Earthenware, or Pearlware, pitcher with a blue transfer of Chinese design; scalloped rim; floral transfer print on handle.

36.1.2
Pitcher, Cream
1785 – 1815

Engraved initials: "PC"; probably for Phoebe (Bull) Carpenter, b. 1773 and "Phebe C. Bull" (her niece) b. 1814 and "Phebe C. Bull" ; neoclassical style; helmet-shaped; pitcher with "rope" style mol...

44.1.3
Creamer
1785 – 1815

Porcelain pitcher with twisted handle attached to body by molded leaf and berry applied relief; shield decoration under spout; blue and gold glaze.

01.104
Creamer
1785 – 1815

Porcelain "helmet" pitcher with molded sides and rectangular-shaped flaring lip; round base; decorative bands around top lip and around base; pseudo-armorial shields on front containing initials "R...

01.102
Creamer
1785 – 1815

Gourd-shaped creamer made of porcelain with double twisted handle attached to body with four applied leaf and berry reliefs; medallion on front with floral sprigs in center and eagle above; thin ba...

34.1.4
Creamer
1785 – 1815

White porcelain creamer with scattered rose decoration in red, orange and gold; decorative band around rim; cover has leaf and berry shaped finial.

31.4.3
Pitcher, Cream
1755 – 1756

Rococo style creamer. Scrolled handle, three cabriole legs, pear-shaped body. Ornate repoussee flowers and scrolls on body with chasing. Engraved initials: "MCP/US" on bottom. Several marks and ini...

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