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Ruth Saloon (18BC79)
Feature 5 - Privy
c. 1829-1837

(Household of Francis Whittington, upper middle class family)


London-shape bowl with mocha decoration against blue slip. Green-glazed herringbone rouletted rim, 5.5” rim diameter - from 18BC79. London-shape pearlware bowl with mocha decoration against grey slip. Green-glazed herringbone rouletted rim, 4.75” rim, 2.5” vessel height - from 18BC79

London-shape bowl with mocha
decoration against blue slip.
Green-glazed herringbone rouletted rim.

5.5” rim diameter.

 

London-shape pearlware bowl with mocha
decoration against grey slip.  Green-glazed
herringbone rouletted rim.
4.75” rim, 2.5” vessel height.

Common-shape pearlware bowl with mocha decoration against orange slip.  Green-glazed diamond rouletted rim. 6.25” rim, 3.125” vessel height. Common-shape pearlware bowl with mocha decoration against orange slip.  Green-glazed diamond rouletted rim. Vessel shows damage from burning. 6.25” rim, 3.125” vessel height.

Common-shape pearlware bowl with mocha
decoration against orange slip.  Green-glazed
diamond rouletted rim.
6.25” rim, 3.125” vessel height.

 

Common-shape pearlware bowl with mocha
decoration against orange slip.  Green-glazed
diamond rouletted rim. Vessel shows damage from burning. 6.25” rim, 3.125” vessel height.


Bull’s Head Tavern (18BC139)
Privy (Feature 9)
c. 1800-1830

London-shape bowl with mocha decoration. (see close-up on right)         London-shape bowl with mocha decoration. (see close-up on right)

London-shape bowl with mocha decoration. (see close-up on right)


North Pearl Street (18BC162)
Privy (Feature 2-03)
1803-1833

Creamware canister with mocha decoration on an orange slip.

Creamware canister with mocha decoration on an orange slip.

 


Cobridge, possibly James and Ralph Clews, 1818-1834

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 during construction work in Cobridge. 
Believed to be attributed to Clews.



White bodied earthenware common shaped cup with mocha decoration, this waster was discarded prior to being glazed. Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 during construction work in Cobridge. Believed to be attributed to Clews.

White bodied earthenware common shaped cup with mocha decoration.
This waster was discarded prior to being glazed. 


All images shown below are from Private Collections

Yellow-bodied mustard pot and cover with brown and white slip bands and mocha decoration. Possibly made by the Cap Rouge Pottery, Quebec, 2 inches in height - from a private collection.

Creamware pint mug, dipped and banded, with mocha decoration and green-glazed reeding or rilling, c. 1800. 5 inches in height - from a private collection.

Yellow-bodied mustard pot and cover with brown
and white slip bands and mocha decoration. Possibly
made by the Cap Rouge Pottery, Quebec.
2 inches in height.
Creamware pint mug, dipped and banded, with
mocha decoration and green-glazed reeding or
rilling, c. 1800. 5 inches in height.
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Updated:  10/31/16

Ivory bodied refined white earthenware plate with Aesthetic central design from 18BC27, Federal Reserve - click image to see larger view.

London-shape bowl with mocha decoration. (see close-up on right) London-shape bowl with mocha decoration. (see close-up on right) London-shape bowl with mocha decoration against blue slip. Green-glazed herringbone rouletted rim, 5.5” rim diameter - from 18BC79. London-shape pearlware bowl with mocha decoration against grey slip. Green-glazed herringbone rouletted rim, 4.75” rim, 2.5” vessel height - from 18BC79 Common-shape pearlware bowl with mocha decoration against orange slip.  Green-glazed diamond rouletted rim. 6.25” rim, 3.125” vessel height. Common-shape pearlware bowl with mocha decoration against orange slip.  Green-glazed diamond rouletted rim. Vessel shows damage from burning. 6.25” rim, 3.125” vessel height. Creamware canister with mocha decoration on an orange slip. White bodied earthenware common shaped cup with mocha decoration, this waster was discarded prior to being glazed. Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 during construction work in Cobridge. Believed to be attributed to Clews. Yellow-bodied mustard pot and cover with brown and white slip bands and mocha decoration. Possibly made by the Cap Rouge Pottery, Quebec, 2 inches in height - from a private collection. Creamware pint mug, dipped and banded, with mocha decoration and green-glazed reeding or rilling, c. 1800. 5 inches in height - from a private collection.