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Solid Color Slip Field & Banded



Federal Reserve Site (18BC27)


H & S Bakery (18BC32-2)
Trench 2


Privy (Feature 28)

Feature 30 Privy 1850-1870
Household of Nathan Mansfield
Saucer with grey-brown slip field decorated with manganese speckles and engine turning-from 18BC32-2. Saucer with grey-brown slip field decorated with manganese speckles and engine turning-from 18BC32-2.
Bowl banded in orange and black, with green-glazed rouletting along rim - from 18BC27. Bowl banded in orange and black, with green-glazed rouletting along rim - from 18BC27. Dipped refined white earthenware London shape bowl slip banded in blue. Rim diameter: 6.00”, Vessel height:  3.50”, from 18BC27, Feature 30.

Bowl banded in orange and black, with
green-glazed rouletting along rim.

Dipped refined white earthenware London
shape bowl slip banded in blue. Rim
diameter: 6.00”, Vessel height:  3.50”

Saucer with grey-brown slip field decorated with manganese speckles and engine turning.

Ruth Saloon (18BC79)
Brick-lined privy (Feature R-5)
c. 1829-1837



Ruth Saloon (18BC79)
Brick-lined privy (Feature R-5)
c. 1829-1837



Hemispherical bowl with orange solid color field slip with inlaid rouletting - from 18BC79. Hemispherical bowl with orange solid color field slip with inlaid rouletting - from 18BC79. Pearlware London shape bowl banded in grey, blue and black. 6.25” rim diameter, 3.125” vessel height. Pearlware London shape bowl banded in grey, blue and black. 6.25” rim diameter, 3.125” vessel height. Pearlware common shape bowl banded in blue, white and reddish brown.  Green herringbone rouletting along rim. 6.0 rim diameter, 3.125 vessel height. Pearlware common shape bowl banded in blue, white and reddish brown.  Green herringbone rouletting along rim. 6.0” rim diameter, 3.125” vessel height.

Hemispherical bowl with orange solid color
field slip with inlaid rouletting.

Pearlware London shape bowl banded in
grey, blue and black. 6.25” rim diameter,
3.125” vessel height.

Pearlware common shape bowl banded in
blue, white and reddish brown.
Green herringbone rouletting along rim.
6.0” rim diameter, 3.125” vessel height.


Reiff Site (18WA454)
Tenant Household




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


London shaped bowl banded in blue - from 18WA454. London shaped bowl banded in blue - from 18WA454.

Bowl banded in pale orange and brown, London-shape - from 18BC139. Bowl banded in pale orange and brown, London-shape - from 18BC139.

Hemispherical bowl banded in blue and brown with routletting - from 18BC139. Hemispherical bowl banded in blue and brown with routletting - from 18BC139.

London shaped bowl banded in blue.

Bowl banded in pale orange and
brown, London-shape.

Hemispherical bowl banded in blue and
brown with routletting.


Queenstown Courthouse (18QU124)

1708 to present




Stoke-on-Trent

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 during construction work in Stoke-on-Trent. 
Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.



Refined white earthenware London shape bowl banded in blue and pale grey.  Color combination more typical of the mid-19th century production. Rim diameter:  5.00”; Base diameter:  2.25”; Vessel height: 3.00” from 18QU124. White bodied earthenware common shape bowl banded in blue and brown. This waster was discarded prior to being glazed - Stoke-on-Trent collected by George L. Miller in 1986 during construction work in Stoke-on-Trent. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. White bodied earthenware common shape bowl banded in blue and brown. This waster was discarded prior to being glazed - Stoke-on-Trent collected by George L. Miller in 1986 during construction work in Stoke-on-Trent. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. White bodied earthenware mug banded in blue. This waster was discarded prior to being glazed - Stoke-on-Trent collected by George L. Miller in 1986 during construction work in Stoke-on-Trent. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. White bodied earthenware mug banded in blue. This waster was discarded prior to being glazed - Stoke-on-Trent collected by George L. Miller in 1986 during construction work in Stoke-on-Trent. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.

Refined white earthenware London shape
bowl banded in blue and pale grey. Color combination more typical of the mid-
19th century production.
Rim diameter: 5.00”; Base diameter:2.25”;
Vessel height:  3.00”

White bodied earthenware common shape
bowl banded in blue and brown.  This waster
was discarded prior to being glazed. 

White bodied earthenware mug banded
in blue.  This waster was discarded
prior to being glazed. 

Hanley

Collected by George L. Miller in the late 1980s  in Hanley.  Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.


Private Collection


White bodied earthenware mug banded in brown and blue from Hanley, collected by George L. Miller in the late 1980s in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. White bodied earthenware mug banded in brown and blue from Hanley, collected by George L. Miller in the late 1980s in Hanley. Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.
Creamware pint mug with inlaid slip banding, Reeded or rilled bands & highlighted with glaze to which antimony or uranium oxide has been added to create yellow color, c. 1820. 5 inches in height - Private collection. Creamware pint mug with inlaid slip banding, Reeded or rilled bands & highlighted with glaze to which antimony or uranium oxide has been added to create yellow color, c. 1820. 5 inches in height - Private collection. Solid color field slip quart mug with slip-inlaid rouletted band, c. 1800. 6 inches in height - Private collection. Solid color field slip quart mug with slip-inlaid rouletted band, c. 1800. 6 inches in height - Private collection.

White bodied earthenware mug banded
in brown and blue.

Creamware pint mug with inlaid slip banding.
Reeded or rilled bands & highlighted with
glaze to which antimony or uranium oxide has
been added to create yellow color,
c. 1820. 5 inches in height.
Solid color field slip quart mug with
slip-inlaid rouletted band, c. 1800.
6 inches in height.

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