A small number of vessels on the painted wares page are from Delaware and we would like to acknowledge the Delaware Office of Historic Preservation for allowing us to include these vessels.
The development of the post-colonial ceramics pages was generously funded by the Maryland Historical Trust, which paid for a fellowship for ceramics scholar George L. Miller to create a chronology for painted wares and to provide overall support for the project. Essays were written by Patricia Samford and George L. Miller. This funding was also used for photography, which was done by Marco P. de Pompa, III. Additional photography was done by Caitlin Shaffer and Nichole Doub.
The MAC Lab would also like to acknowledge Timothy Riordan, Lynne Sussman, Robert Hunter, Jonathan Rickard, Teresita Majewski, Alasdair Brooks, Frank R. Horlbeck, William B. Liebeknecht, Ron Fuchs, Marian Creveling, Edward Chaney, Ann Smart Martin and Sara Rivers-Cofield for their assistance with the project, and Sharon Raftery for the webpage design.
In preparation of the following Essays:
Canton porcelain essay
A big thanks to Ron Fuchs, Curator of Ceramics, Reeves Center Gallery, Washington and Lee University, for his assistance with the preparation of this essay.
A special thanks to Jonathan Rickard for his assistance with the preparation of this essay.
Relief Molded stonewares
A special thanks to Frank R. Horlbeck for his assistance with the preparation of this essay.