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Rococo Edgeware, 1775 - 1810

Unless stated otherwise, all vessels shown are plates.


Federal Reserve (18BC27)
Feature 26 Privy (c. 1775-1810)



Blue edged soup plate,9.75” diameter, impressed “D D &
Co/Castleford”.  David Dunderdale & Company, 1790-1821.
Owned by the Federal Reserve Bank

Blue painted edged plate, 9.75” diameter, impressed “IH” for
Joshua Heath (c. 1770-1800). Owned by the Federal Reserve Bank


Bull's Head Tavern (18BC139)
Brick privy (Feature 9)
c. 1800 - 1830



Ruth Saloon (18BC79)
Brick-lined privy (Feature R-5)
c. 1829-1837




Artisan's House (18AP13)
Layer below cellar floor
c. 1810



Hanley

Rococo edged plate, 1775 – 1810



Rococo edged plate, 1775 – 1810 - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Hanley.  Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery. Rococo edged plate, 1775 – 1810 - Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Hanley.  Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.
The shell-edge decoration on this hollow vessel
(possibly a master salt) is painted over the glaze.

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Hanley. 
Cannot be attributed to a specific pottery.



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Updated:  10/31/16
Whiteware banded bowl with offset floral decoration - from 18BC27. Pearlware quart mug with trailed slip decoration. Attributed to Enoch Wood & Sons, Staffordshire, c. 1830. 6 inches in height - from a private collection. Detail from London shape bowl with trailed slip. Tulip decoration is common to many types of slipware, but rare on dipped wares - from a private collection.