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White Granite Plain and Rounded Styles
(1870s - 1880s)



Federal Reserve (18BC27)
Wood-lined Privy (Feature 7)
Mid-19th century





 Privy 19A01 (18BC80)
Privy (Feature 19A)
Late 19th- to early 20th-centuries

Plain ironstone plate. Plain ironstone plate - links to a larger image.   Plain ironstone handled cup. Plain ironstone handled cup - links to a larger image.

Plain ironstone plate.

 

Plain ironstone handled cup.


Jackson Homestead 18MO609

White granite handled cup. Burned in 1915 fire that destroyed farmstead. Vessel height: 2.88”, Vessel rim diameter:3.50”, Vessel V-136 - from 18MO609.   White granite handled cup.  Burned in 1915 fire that destroyed farmstead. Vessel height: 2.25”, Vessel rim diameter: 3.50”, Vessel V-132 - from 18MO609.
White granite handled cup. Burned in 1915
fire that destroyed farmstead. Vessel height:
2.88”, Vessel rim diameter:3.50”,
Vessel V-136.
 

White granite handled cup.  Burned in 1915
fire that destroyed farmstead. Vessel height:
2.25”, Vessel rim diameter: 3.50”,
Vessel V-132.


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. Geometric paneled plate - 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.
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Updated:  10/31/16

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

Plain ironstone plate - links to a larger image. Plain ironstone handled cup - links to a larger image.