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English Dry-Bodied Stoneware

Red Dry-bodied Stonewares (Elers, rosso antico)


Saunders Point 18AN39
c. 1720-1800


Oxon Hill 18PR175
Area I Well, ca. 1720 - ca. 1750

Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) hollow vessel (probably teapot), engine turned decoration.Lots:  33, 68, 119, 155. 18AN39. Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) hollow vessel,sprig molded decoration (front and back) from Oxon Hilkl, 18PR175.    Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) hollow vessel,sprig molded decoration (front and back) from Oxon Hilkl, 18PR175. Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) handle to hollow vessel (probably teapot or jug). Minimum Vessel:179. 18PR175.

Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico)
hollow vessel (probably teapot), engine
turned decoration. Lots: 33, 68, 119, 155.

  Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico)
hollow vessel, sprig molded decoration
(front and back).

Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico)
handle to hollow vessel (probably teapot
or jug). Minimum Vessel: 179.


Willow Grove 18PR510
c. 1790s-1960s


Burslem 2

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in
Staffordshire in Buslem

Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) teapot, engine turned decoration. Lot: 1230 and 1302. Similar teapot on right from private collection. 18PR510   Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) teapot, engine turned decoration. Lot: 1230 and 1302. Similar teapot on right from private collection. 18PR510  Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) teapot, engine turned decoration. Lot: 1230 and 1302. Similar teapot on right from private collection. Dry-bodied brown stoneware teapot lid. This vessel is probably a darker of rosso antico -  - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Burslem. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. Dry-bodied brown stoneware teapot lid. This vessel is probably a darker of rosso antico -  - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Burslem. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.

Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) teapot, engine turned decoration. Lot: 1230
and 1302. Similar teapot on right from private collection.

Dry-bodied brown stoneware teapot lid.
 This vessel is probably a darker variant of
  rosso antico.

Hanley 4


Hanley 7


Hanley 9

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley

Dry bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) jug spout, Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Neale and Company. Dry bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) jug spout, Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Neale and Company. Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) hollow vessel, Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) hollow vessel, Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. Indeterminate dry bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) hollow vessel decorated with engine turning - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. Indeterminate dry bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) hollow vessel decorated with engine turning - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.
Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) jug
spout. Neale and Company.
Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico)
hollow vessel. Cannot be attributed
to a specific pottery.
Indeterminate dry-bodied red stoneware
(rosso antico) hollow vessel decorated
with engine turning.
-----------------Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery----------------

Black Basalt

Levering Coffee House 18BC51
c. 1770-1980


18BC62 Harrison’s at Pier 5


18CR180 Heise #CR 85
19th century possible structure

Dry-bodied black basalt teapot base with engine-turned decoration. Base diameter: ? .Lot: 423. 18BC51. Dry-bodied black basalt hollow vessel with spring-molded decoration. Lot: 1017-18. 18BC62 Black Basalt teapot with engine-turned decoration from 18CR180 Heise#CR. Black Basalt teapot with engine-turned decoration from 18CR180 Heise#CR.

Dry-bodied black basalt teapot base with
engine-turned decoration. Base diameter: -.
Lot: 423

Dry-bodied black basalt hollow vessel with spring-molded decoration. Lot: 1017-18

Dry-bodied black basalt teapot with
engine-turned decoration.

Oxon Hill, 18PR175
Area I Well (ca. 1710 - ca. 1750


Black Basalt body sherds Oxon Hill, 18PR175. Dry-bodied black basalt hollow vessel with engine-turned decoration. Minimum Vessel 19. Lots:  2243 (2) and 2247. 18PR175   Black basalt body sherd - paste shot. Black Basalt body sherds Oxon Hill, 18PR175. Dry-bodied black basalt hollow vessel with  sprig molded decoration.  Glazed interior. Minimum Vessel 6029. Lot: 1394. 18PR175. Dry-bodied black basalt hollow vessel with sprig molded decoration. Glazed interior. Minimum Vessel 20. Lot: 2245. 18PR175

Dry-bodied black basalt hollow vessel
with  engine-turned decoration. Minimum
Vessel 19. Lots: 2243 (2) and 2247.
Paste shot on right.

Dry-bodied black basalt hollow vessel with
sprig molded decoration.  Glazed interior.
Minimum Vessel 6029. Lot: 1394.

Dry-bodied black basalt hollow vessel with
sprig molded decoration. Glazed interior.
Minimum Vessel 20. Lot:  2245.


Hanley 5


Hanley 5



Thames River, London

Dry-bodied black stoneware (black basalt) teapot base and body, engine turned decoration - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. Dry-bodied black stoneware (black basalt) teapot base and body, engine turned decoration - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. Dry-bodied black stoneware (black basalt) jug with engine turned decoration - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. Dry-bodied black stoneware (black basalt) jug with engine turned decoration - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. Black Basalt hollow vessel, possible teapot, with reeded motif - Found on the banks of the Thames River in London, 2003. In MAC Lab collections. Black Basalt hollow vessel, possible teapot, with reeded motif - Found on the banks of the Thames River in London, 2003. In MAC Lab collections.

Dry-bodied black stoneware (black basalt)
teapot base and body, engine turned decoration.

Dry-bodied black stoneware (black basalt)
jug with engine turned decoration.

Dry-bodied black basalt hollow vessel,
possible teapot, with reeded motif. Found
on the banks of the Thames River in
London, 2003.  In MAC Lab collections.

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.


Caneware


Jasperware


Hanley 4

Dry-bodied cream colored stoneware (caneware) hollow vessel that was lidded, possibly a game pie dish - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.


Private Collection


Jasperware ash tray with grapevine sprig molding - Stamped on reverse: Wedgwood/Made in England/60 - Private collection.      Jasperware ash tray with grapevine sprig molding - Stamped on reverse: Wedgwood/Made in England/60 - Private collection.

Dry-bodied cream colored stoneware (caneware) hollow 
vessel that was lidded, possibly a game pie dish. 

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley.
Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.

Dry-bodied Jasperware ash tray with grapevine sprig molding.
Stamped on reverse: Wedgwood/Made in England/60.

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Updated:  07/10/18

Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) hollow vessel,sprig molded decoration (front and back) from Oxon Hill site 18PR175. Dry-bodied red stoneware (rosso antico) hollow vessel,sprig molded decoration (front and back) from Oxon Hilkl, 18PR175. Dry-bodied cream colored stoneware (caneware) hollow vessel that was lidded, possibly a game pie dish - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. Jasperware ash tray with grapevine sprig molding - Stamped on reverse: Wedgwood/Made in England/60 - Private collection. Jasperware ash tray with grapevine sprig molding - Stamped on reverse: Wedgwood/Made in England/60 - Private collection.