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Polychrome Painted Floral Patterns with
Minimal Use of Cobalt - c. 1795 to 1815

HMB DeBraak
(7S-D-47)
1798

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Floral sprigs on a
common shape cup.

Floral sprigs on saucer.   Floral band and annular rim
line on common shape cup.

Artisan's House (18AP13)
Cellar Fill
c. 1780 - 1850

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Floral painted mug.

 


Federal Reserve (18BC27)
Feature 26,  well re-used as a privy pit,
late 18th to early 19th century

Overglaze enamelled painted creamware saucer from 18AN39 - click image to see larger view. Painted pearlware punchbowl, top and side view - click image to see larger view. Painted pearlware punchbowl, top and side view - click image to see larger view.   Links to a larger image view
Painted pearlware punchbowl. Top & side views.

  Floral painted saucer.
Underglaze molded and painted motifs on teapot.  One side has male figure in toga under an arbor with label beneath reading “Apollo The God of Music.  The opposite side showed a female figure under an arbor with the label beneath reading Passion Subdued by Reason”.    5” height - Owned by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore.  Underglaze molded and painted motifs on teapot.  One side has male figure in toga under an arbor with label beneath reading “Apollo The God of Music.  The opposite side showed a female figure under an arbor with the label beneath reading Passion Subdued by Reason”.    5” height - Owned by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore.  Underglaze molded and painted motifs on teapot.  One side has male figure in toga under an arbor with label beneath reading “Apollo The God of Music.  The opposite side showed a female figure under an arbor with the label beneath reading Passion Subdued by Reason”.    5” height - Owned by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore.  ‎Illustration "Passion Subdued by Reason" from The Ladies Magazine or Entertaining for the Fair Sex. Vol. 26 London, 1795. Underglaze molded and painted motifs on teapot.  One side has male figure in toga under an arbor with label beneath reading “Apollo The God of Music.  The opposite side showed a female figure under an arbor with the label beneath reading Passion Subdued by Reason”.    5” height - Owned by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore. Underglaze molded and painted motifs on teapot.  One side has male figure in toga under an arbor with label beneath reading “Apollo The God of Music.  The opposite side showed a female figure under an arbor with the label beneath reading Passion Subdued by Reason”.    5” height - Owned by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore. Underglaze molded and painted motifs on teapot.  One side has male figure in toga under an arbor with label beneath reading “Apollo The God of Music.  The opposite side showed a female figure under an arbor with the label beneath reading Passion Subdued by Reason”.    5” height - Owned by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore. ‎Illustration "Passion Subdued by Reason" from The Ladies Magazine or Entertaining for the Fair Sex. Vol. 26 London, 1795.
Underglaze molded and painted motifs on teapot.  One side has male figure in toga under an arbor
with label beneath reading “Apollo The God of Music.  The opposite side showed a female figure
under an arbor with the label beneath reading Passion Subdued by Reason”.    5” height.
On right,‎ Illustration "Passion Subdued by Reason" from The Ladies Magazine or
Entertaining for the Fair Sex. Vol. 26 London, 1795.

Owned by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Baltimore.

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Floral painted saucer.

Chinese house painted saucer.   Floral sprigs on jug.

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

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Floral common shape cup. Pearlware painted underglaze common shape bowl. 5.5” rim diameter; 2.5” vessel height. Pearlware painted underglaze  saucer.  5.5” saucer rim diameter;  1.25” saucer
vessel height.

Pearlware painted underglaze  common shape cup.  2.75” saucer rim diameter; 1.75”
saucer vessel height.
Pearlware painted underglaze  saucer with scalloped rim.  5.5” saucer rim diameter; 1.25” saucer vessel height.
   Pearlware painted underglaze  saucer with scalloped rim.  5.5” saucer rim diameter; 1.25” saucer vessel height.
Pearlware painted underglaze saucer and matching London shape cup. 5.75” saucer rim diameter; 3.5” cup rim diameter; 2.5” cup vessel height.   Pearlware painted underglaze saucer and matching London shape cup. 5.75” saucer rim diameter; 3.5” cup rim diameter; 2.5” cup vessel height.
Below left:  mark on base of cup; Below right:  cup interior  
Pearlware painted underglaze  saucer.  5.5” saucer
rim diameter; 1.25” saucer vessel height.

Mark painted on base is a workman’s mark. It identified pieces painted
by a particular individual and was used to determine wages. Painting
pieces was an assembly-line production, with each individual responsible
for a particular color. This piece was marked by the worker who painted
the brown portion of the floral motif. Only a certain percentage of vessels
(one in every dozen, for example) were marked, which is why these
marks are not present on every vessel.
Pearlware painted underglaze saucer and matching
London shape cup. 5.75” saucer rim diameter;
3.5” cup rim diameter; 2.5” cup vessel height.

Mark painted on base is a workman’s mark.  It identified pieces painted
by a particular individual and was used to determine wages.  Painting
pieces was an assembly-line production, with each individual responsible
for a particular color.  This piece was marked by the worker who painted
the blue portion of the floral motif.  Only a certain percentage of vessels
(one in every dozen, for example) were marked, which is why these
marks are not present on every vessel.
Pearlware painted underglaze  common shape cup.  3.5” rim diameter. Pearlware painted underglaze  common shape cup or mug. 3.5” rim diameter. Pearlware painted underglaze  saucer. 5” rim diameter; 1.25” tall.  
Pearlware painted underglaze  common shape cup. 
3.5” rim diameter.
Pearlware painted underglaze  common shape cup or mug.
3.5” rim diameter.
Pearlware painted underglaze  saucer. 5” rim diameter; 1.25” tall.

Mark painted on base is a workman’s mark.  It identified pieces painted
by a particular individual and was used to determine wages.  Painting
pieces was an assembly-line production, with each individual responsible
for a particular color.  This piece was marked by the worker who painted
the brown portion of the floral motif.  Only a certain percentage of vessels
(one in every dozen, for example) were marked, which is why these
marks are not present on every vessel.


Pearlware painted underglaze saucer and matching common shape cup.  5. 5” saucer rim diameter; 3.5” cup rim diameter.  Pearlware painted underglaze saucer and matching common shape cup.  5. 5” saucer rim diameter; 3.5” cup rim diameter. Pearlware painted underglaze  common shape cup.  3.5” rim diameter; 2.25” vessel height.Pearlware painted underglaze  common shape cup.  3.5” rim diameter; 2.25” vessel height.  Pearlware painted underglaze  common shape cup.  3.5” rim diameter; 2.25” vessel height.
Pearlware painted underglaze saucer and matching common
shape cup.  5. 5” saucer rim diameter; 3.5” cup rim diameter.
Pearlware painted underglaze  common shape cup.  
3.5” rim diameter; 2.25” vessel height.

Mark painted on base is a workman’s mark.  It identified pieces painted
by a particular individual and was used to determine wages.  Painting
pieces was an assembly-line production, with each individual responsible
for a particular color.  This piece was marked by the worker who painted
the brown portion of the floral motif.  Only a certain percentage of vessels
(one in every dozen, for example) were marked, which is why these
marks are not present on every vessel.


Pearlware painted underglaze  teapot.   Note damage to floral motif that probably occurred during firing. 3” rim diameter; 4.5” base diameter; 5” vessel height.
Pearlware painted underglaze  teapot.   Note damage to floral motif that probably
occurred during firing. 3” rim diameter; 4.5” base diameter; 5” vessel height.


Bull's Head Tavern (18BC139)
Brick privy (Feature 9)
c. 1800 - 1830

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Wavy band between
annular lines on bowl.
Floral band and annular
lines on toy cup.
Floral cup with interior
rim line.
Floral painted bowl with blue interior rim band. Blue rim
line suggests date of
c. 1795 - 1820.

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Floral painted teapot lid with annular bands. Possibly copied from an earlier enamel painted pattern. Swags and blue band on
two-handled sugar bowl.
Floral painted cup with
annular band.
Floral painted
common shape cup.

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

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Floral painted punchbowl.

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