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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
Household of Nathan Mansfield


Unidentified hollow vessel (possible washbasin). Unidentified hollow vessel Printed underglaze refined white earthenware 10-sided plate with classical motif pattern named “Corrella”. Printed manufacturer’s mark on reverse for W. Barker & Son, Staffordshire (1850-1860). Printed underglaze refined white earthenware 10-sided plate with classical motif pattern named “Corrella”. Printed manufacturer’s mark on reverse for W. Barker & Son, Staffordshire (1850-1860).

Unidentified hollow vessel (possible washbasin).

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

Printed underglaze refined white earthenware 10-sided plate
with classical motif pattern named “Corrella”. Printed
manufacturer’s mark on reverse for W. Barker & Son,
Staffordshire (1850-1860).

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

(Household of Francis Whittington, upper middle class family)


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 .
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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