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Canton Porcelain


Federal Reserve (18BC27)

Feature 14
Brick Lined privy
circa 1850 to 1870


Federal Reserve (18BC27)-Feature14 plate rim of Canton Porcelain.

Plate rim Federal Reserve (18BC27)-Feature14 plate rim of Canton Porcelain-click image to see larger view..

Feature 31
Brick Lined privy

Mended Canton porcelain plate from 18BC27-Feat.31, a brick lined privey - click image to see larger view. Mended Canton porcelain plate from 18BC27-Feat.31, a brick lined privey - click image to see larger view.

 

 


Mended Canton porcelain plate from 18BC27-Feat.31, a brick lined privey - click image to see larger view.

Mended Canton porcelain plate from 18BC27-Feat.31, a brick lined privey - click image to see larger view.

  These four mended plates were all recovered from the same feature.

H & S Bakery (18BC32)
Feature 13  Privy
Early 19th century

18BC32-H & S Bakery, Feature 13  Privy, early 19th century plate fragment.18BC32-H & S Bakery, Feature 13  Privy, early 19th century plate fragment.

Plate fragments.


H & S Bakery (18BC32)
Feature 20 – Brick-lined Privy
Early to mid-19th century


Plate with scalloped “rain cloud” border from 18BC32 – H & S Bakery, Feature 20–Brick-lined Privy Plate rim from 18BC32 – H & S Bakery, Feature 20–Brick-lined Privy. Plate rim from 18BC32 – H & S Bakery, Feature 20–Brick-lined Privy.

Plate with scalloped
“rain cloud” border.

Plate rim.

Plate rim.


H & S Bakery (18BC32)
Unit 2 – Backhoe Trench

Plate rim from 18BC32 – H & S Bakery, Unit 2-Backhoe Trench.   Plate rim from 18BC32 – H & S Bakery, Unit 2-Backhoe Trench.

Plate rim.

  Plate rim.


18BC33 Federal Site/Block 1370
Feature 14 Privy (filled c. 1830s with garbage from an earlier household)



Canton porcelain underglaze painted mug - from 18BC33. Canton porcelain underglaze painted mug - from 18BC33. Canton porcelain underglaze painted plate. Rim diameter:  9.0” - from 18BC33.

Canton porcelain underglaze painted mug. Rim diameter:  2.5”;
Base diameter:  2.5”; Vessel height:  2.5”

Canton porcelain underglaze painted plate with scalloped “rain
cloud” border. Rim diameter:  9.0”


Queenstown Courthouse (18QU124)

Late 18th century jar chinese export porcelain strorage jar from Queenstown Courthouse (18QU124). Late 18th century jar chinese export porcelain strorage jar from Queenstown Courthouse (18QU124) - click image to see larger view. Late 18th century jar chinese export porcelain.  Height 7”.  Private collection.
Late 18th century jar chinese export
porcelain - Similar to vessel shown to the right.
Late 18th century jar chinese export porcelain
from a Private collection.

Private Collection

Complete plate and detail shot showing second type of Canton border, usually seen on post 1891 vessels, consisting of two parallel rows of diagonal lines that intersect where the two rows  meet.  Plate from private collection. Complete plate and detail shot showing second type of Canton border, usually seen on post 1891 vessels, consisting of two parallel rows of diagonal lines that intersect where the two rows  meet.  Plate from private collection- - click on image to see larger view. Complete plate and detail shot showing second type of Canton border, usually seen on post 1891 vessels, consisting of two parallel rows of diagonal lines that intersect where the two rows  meet.  Plate from private collection. Complete plate and detail shot showing second type of Canton border, usually seen on post 1891 vessels, consisting of two parallel rows of diagonal lines that intersect where the two rows  meet.  Plate from private collection- - click on image to see larger view. Plate from private collection showing a dark blue outer band that does not appear to contain cross-hatching - click image to see larger view. Plate from private collection showing a dark blue outer band that does not appear to contain cross-hatching - click image to see larger view.   Plate from private collection showing a dark blue outer band that does not appear to contain cross-hatching - click image to see larger view.
Complete plate and detail shot showing second type of Canton
border, usually seen on post 1891 vessels, consisting of two parallel
rows of diagonal lines that intersect where the two rows  meet.
Plate from private collection showing a dark blue outer band that does not appear to contain cross-hatching - click image to see larger view. Plate from private collection showing a dark blue outer band
that does not appear to contain cross-hatching.

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18BC32-H & S Bakery, Feature 13  Privy, early 19th century plate fragment - click image to see larger view. 18BC32-H & S Bakery, Feature 13  Privy, early 19th century plate fragment - click image to see larger view. Plate with scalloped “rain cloud” border from 18BC32 – H & S Bakery, Feature 20–Brick-lined Privy-click on image to see larger view. Plate rim from 18BC32 – H & S Bakery, Feature 20–Brick-lined Privy - click on image to see larger view. Plate rim from 18BC32 – H & S Bakery, Feature 20–Brick-lined Privy - click on image to see larger view. Plate rim from 18BC32 – H & S Bakery, Unit 2-Backhoe Trench - click on image to see larger view. Plate rim from 18BC32 – H & S Bakery, Unit 2-Backhoe Trench - click on image to see larger view. Late 18th century jar chinese export porcelain.  Height 7”.  Private collection - click image to see larger view. Mended Canton porcelain plate from 18BC27-Feat.31, a brick lined privey - click image to see larger view. Mended Canton porcelain plate from 18BC27-Feat.31, a brick lined privey - click image to see larger view. Mended Canton porcelain plate from 18BC27-Feat.31, a brick lined privey - click image to see larger view. Mended Canton porcelain plate from 18BC27-Feat.31, a brick lined privey - click image to see larger view. Copyright © 2002 by Maryland Archaeological Conservation Lab
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