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Two small salt dishes: pale blue-green color with floral design all around; rim of dishes is deeply scalloped with gold.


Chinese peony and bird motif in enamel colors over white ground; gold rim around lip; interior plain white.


Handleless cup of light turquoise background; inlaid with floral and swirl designs of pink, white, blue, yellow and green; white bottom with thin brown line at base, white interior.


Porcelain cream pitcher with four reserve panels separated by bands of gilded rococo scrolls on white ground. Symbol which looks like two crossed swords on bottom.


Porcelain ceam pitcher with four reserve panels separated by band of gilt scroll; two panels are white grounds with figures and landscapes; the other two panels are aqua ground with floral sprays.

01.17
Teacup
circa 1770

Porcelain polychrome fruit and flower decoration; twisted handle; gilt scrolled band around interior edge. Symbol which looks like two crossed swords on bottom.

01.18
Saucer
1774 – 1796

Porcelain saucer with fruit and flower polychrome decoration; gilt scrolled band around interior edge. Symbol on bottom which looks like two crossed swords on bottom.

01.19
Cup
after 1800

Cup and saucer with scalloped edge; large double-handled cup is gadrooned around top half and has two scrolled handles; white body decorated with gilt polka-dots and decorative bandings; each has a...

01.20
Cup
1800 – 1830

Earthenware (Pearlware) cup with saucer without handles; both gadrooned all around sides; brown borders around outer rims; covered all over with small floral sprays which are all alike in dull oran...

01.21
Plate, Food
1775 – 1790

Earthenware (creamware) plate with molded rim with rust outlines; black classical figure and heraldic lion painted in center, surrounded by scroll and floral motif. The artist is possibly John Turner.

01.22
Teapot
circa 1850

Soft paste porcelain teapot, purple over-glaze decoration in floral motif. Part of a tea set: 01.22 - teapot; 01.23 (a & b) - two eight inch plates; 01.24 - creamer; 01.25 - round waste bowl w...

01.23 AB
Plate, Tea
circa 1850

Two eight inch plates, purple over-glaze decoration in floral motif made of soft-paste porcelain. Part of a complete tea set. Possibly a Minton set.


Creamer, purple over-glaze decoration in floral motif, made of soft-paste porcelain. Possibly a Minton tea set, but there are no marks. This creamer is part of a larger tea set (01.22-01.26).

01.25
Bowl, Waste
circa 1850

Round waste bowl with stand, purple over-glaze decoration in floral motif, made of soft paste porcelain. Part of tea set (01.22-01.26), possibly made by Minton.

01.26
Cup
circa 1850

Cup with saucer, purple over-glaze decoration in floral motif. made of soft paste porcelain. Part of a larger tea set (01.22-01.26) possibly made by Minton.

01.27 AB
Cup
circa 1850

Two porcelain teacups with saucers; polychrome over-glaze floral and leaf decoration in plum, bright green and blue, made of soft past porcelain. Part of a tea set (01.27-01.31) possibly made by Mi...

01.28
Bowl, Sugar
circa 1850

Sugarbowl with cover; polychrome over-glaze floral and leaf decoration in plum, bright green and blue, made of soft past porcelain. Part of a tea set (01.27-01.31) possibly made by Minton.

01.30
Teapot
circa 1850

Teapot with lid; polychrome over-glaze floral and leaf decoration in plum, bright green and blue made of soft paste porcelain. Part of tea set (01.27-01.31) possibly made by Minton.


Two dessert plates; polychrome over-glaze floral and leaf decoration in plum, bright green and blue made of soft paste porcelain. Part of set (01.27-01.31) possibly made by Minton.


Liverpool type Earthenware pitcher which has three black transfer printed Masonic emblems on front, back, and under spout. Once owned by Miss M.E. Powel.

01.32.2
Mug
1785 – 1820

Liverpool type mug with black transfer-printed image of George Washington allegorical figure of liberty and justice; discolored with one thin crack. Paper label inside reads, "this belonged to the ...

01.32.3
Pitcher
1785 – 1820

Liverpool-type Earthenware pitcher with black transfer-printed emblem of Sailor's Farewell on one side and of English ships on the other side; black band around rim. Paper label inside reads: "thi...

01.32.4
Pitcher
1785 – 1820

Liverpool type with black transfer-printed emblem of "Washington in Glory" on one side and the American ship "Mount Hope" on the other; black eagle transfer print under the spout. Paper label insid...

01.32.5
Pitcher
1785 – 1820

Liverpool type with black transfer-printed panel of the "Apotheosis of George Washington" on one side and the U.S. Bark on the other which has colorful highlighting; under spout is medallion with i...

01.32.6
Pitcher
1785 – 1820

Liverpool type; black transfer-printed design with superimposed colors of "malitia legend", Samuel Adams and John Hancock; also the Washington Monument with inscription "In memory of Washington"; u...


Liverpool type pitcher. Black transfer-printed image of the Constitution and the Java on one side and the Constitution and the Guerriere on the other. Black band around top edge; scrolled handle wi...

01.32.8
Pitcher
1785 – 1820

Liverpool type; black transfer-printed ship, "the Dispatch" on the front with superimposed colors; on back in black transfer highlighted in red are the arms of the Hudson; American eagle under hand...

01.33
Mug
1785 – 1820

Liverpool-type Earthenware (ceramware) mug without a handle with black transfer-printed image of a British bark on one side and classical "farewell" figure on the other.

01.34
Pitcher, Cream
1785 – 1820

Earthenware (creamware) Liverpool-type with black transfer-printed image of trade ship on one side and transfer-print "commerce revived" on the other; scattered decoration in gold mainly at border.

01.35
Pitcher (vessel)
1785 – 1820

Liverpool type pitcher with black transfer-printed image of Capt. Jacob Nicholas Jones and Oliver Perry; pink luster trim.


Cow-shaped Earthenware creamer with lid; "Bennington-type" brown glaze.

01.37
Bowl (vessel)
1700 – 1750

Tin-galzed Earthenware (delft) bowl decorated with three grey-blue fish over a manganese purple glaze. Inside of bowl is decorated with a grey-blue glaze and blue vine design.

01.38
Porringer (dish)
1700 – 1750

Tin-glazed Earthenware ("delft") light blue glazed porringer with bright blue bands of decoration inside and on scalloped handle.

01.39
Pitcher (vessel)
1700 – 1750

Tin-glazed Earthenware ("delft") pitcher with light blue-grey glaze over which bright blue floral design is painted; pewter cover is missing.


Earthenware plate with light blue-grey glaze; dark blue flower design in center; decorative bands around inner and outer rim.


Tin-glazed Earthenware plate with light grey-blue glaze over which is an oriental landscape in darker blue.

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