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White Granite Geometric and Paneled/Scalloped Motifs
(1840s - 1850s)


Federal Reserve (18BC27)
Feature 30 Privy 1850-1870
Household of Nathan Mansfield



Bowl with scalloped rim. Tulip shape cup. Saucer in possible Girard

Bowl with scalloped rim.


Tulip shape cup.


Saucer in possible Girard
(Dieringer & Dieringer 2001:57).


Saucer in what is believed to be the True Scallop shape.

Unidentified hollow vessel, possibly a toothbrush holder. Believed to be in Classic Gothic shape. Paneled cup.

Saucer in what is believed to be the
True Scallop shape.



Unidentified hollow vessel, possibly a
toothbrush holder. Believed to be in
Classic Gothic shape.



Paneled cup.


Plate in what is believed to be the True Scallop shape. Plate with printed mark "E. Challinor and Co."  Back view of plate with printed mark "E. Challinor and Co.". This Staffordshire firm in business between 1853 and 1862.

Panelled white granite pitcher, octagonal. Height to top of handle: 7.75”; Rim Diameter: 4.50”; Base diameter: 5.00” - from 18BC27. White granite panelled octagonal jug and handle. Vessel height: 7.50”, from 18BC27, Feature 30.White granite panelled octagonal jug and handle. Vessel height: 7.50”, from 18BC27, Feature 30.

Plate in what is believed to be the True
Scallop shape. Plate with printed mark "E.
Challinor and Co.". This Staffordshire firm in
business between 1853 and 1862.
Back
view of plate with printed mark "E. Challinor
and Co"
shown on right.

Panelled white granite pitcher, octagonal.
Height to top of handle:7.75”;
Rim diameter:4.50”; Base diameter: 5.00”.

White granite panelled octagonal jug
and handle. Vessel height: 7.50”



Federal Reserve (18BC27)

Feature 30 Privy 1850-1870
Household of Nathan Mansfield

Brick-lined circular pit of indeterminate function (Feature 36)


White granite 12-sided plate with molded panels. Rim diameter:  11.00”, Lot: 18BC27/341. Plate with printed with mark for Staffordshire firm William Ridgway & Co. (1830-1854).     Plate with printed with mark for Staffordshire firm William Ridgway & Co. (1830-1854) - links to a larger image. Back view of plate printed with mark for Stafforedshire firm William Ridgway & Co. (1830-1854).

White granite 12-sided plate with molded
panels. Rim diameter:  11.00”
Lot: 18BC27/341.

Plate with printed mark for Staffordshire firm William Ridgway & Co. (1830-1854). Back
view of plate printed with mark for Staffordshire firm William Ridgway & Co. shown on right
.


Federal Reserve (18BC27)
Wood-lined Privy (Feature 7)


Privy 3 (18BC81)
Early 19th- to early 20th-centuries
 


Jackson Homestead 18MO609

Boote 1851 Octagon shape plate, manufactured by Staffordshire firm T. & R. Boote (1842- 1963) Boote 1851 Octagon shape plate, manufactured by Staffordshire firm T. & R. Boote (1842- 1963) - links to a larger image. Geometric paneled plate. Geometric paneled plate - links to a larger image. White granite panelled octagonal creamer with sprig molded grapes Vessel height: 5.00”, Vessel base diameter: 3.00”, Vessel V-145 - from 18MO609.
Boote 1851 Octagon shape plate, manu-
factured by Staffordshire firm T. & R. Boote
(1842- 1963). This plate bears a registry
mark of August 10, 1851.

Geometric paneled plate.

White granite panelled octagonal creamer
with sprig molded grapes Vessel height: 5.00”,
Vessel base diameter: 3.00”, Vessel V-145


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Bowl with scalloped rim - links to a larger image. Tulip shape cup - links to a larger image. Saucer in possible Girard (Dieringer & Dieringer 2001:57) - links to a larger image. Saucer in what is believed to be the True Scallop shape - links to a larger image. Unidentified hollow vessel, possibly a toothbrush holder. Believed to be in Classic Gothic shape - links to a larger image. Paneled cup - links to a larger image. Plate in what is believed to be the True Scallop shape. Plate with printed mark "E. Challinor and Co." - links to a larger image. Bowl with scalloped rim - links to a larger image. Tulip shape cup - links to a larger image. Saucer in possible Girard (Dieringer & Dieringer 2001:57) - links to a larger image. Saucer in what is believed to be the True Scallop shape - links to a larger image. Unidentified hollow vessel, possibly a toothbrush holder. Believed to be in Classic Gothic shape - links to a larger image. Paneled cup - links to a larger image. Plate in what is believed to be the True Scallop shape. Plate with printed mark "E. Challinor and Co." - links to a larger image. Boote 1851 Octagon shape plate, manufactured by Staffordshire firm T. & R. Boote (1842- 1963) - links to a larger image. Plate with printed with mark for Staffordshire firm William Ridgway & Co. (1830-1854) - links to a larger image. Geometric paneled plate - links to a larger image. Back view of plate with printed mark "E. Challinor and Co.". This Staffordshire firm in business between 1853 and 1862 - links to a larger image. Back view of plate printed with mark for Stafforedshire firm William Ridgway & Co. (1830-1854) - links to a larger image. Copyright © 2002 by Maryland Archaeological Conservation Lab
Updated:  10/31/16

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