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Classical Central Motifs

Unless stated otherwise, all vessels shown are plates.  

Federal Reserve (18BC27)
Privy Pit (Feature 30), c. 1850-1870


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

(Household of Francis Whittington, upper middle class family)


Unidentified hollow vessel (possible washbasin). Unidentified hollow vessel Pearlware saucer printed underglaze in medium blue.  Rim design of scene vignettes. 5.25” rim diameter, 1.25” vessel height . Pearlware saucer printed underglaze in medium blue.  Rim design of scene vignettes. 5.25” rim diameter, 1.25” vessel height .  Pearlware saucer printed underglaze in medium blue.  Rim design of scene vignettes. 5.25” rim diameter, 1.25” vessel height .

Unidentified hollow vessel (possible washbasin).

Corrella, Barker & Son, Burslem (1850 - 1860).

Pearlware saucer printed underglaze in medium blue, central
image of cherubs and goat.  Rim design of scene vignettes.
  5.25” rim diameter, 1.25” vessel height .

Private Collection


Canovian
James and Ralph Clews, Cobridge (1818 - 1834
)


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