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18th Century Material Culture

Plates & Bowls: Stoneware


A Recreated Officer’s Mess Utilizing Recreated English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plates
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Plates & Dishes
- Barleycorn Pattern -
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - Barleycorn Pattern
c. 1740
(Patrician Antiques)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shards from Staffordshire - Barleycorn Pattern
Recovered from the Saunders Point Plantation, Maryland
(Maryland Archeological Conservation Lab )
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shards from Staffordshire - Barleycorn Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Barleycorn Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Plates & Dishes
- Barleycorn & Basket Pattern -
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Barleycorn & Basket Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - Barleycorn, Basket, & Cartouche Pattern
c. 1760
(Bamfords)
English
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Plates & Dishes
- Basket & Chinese Rail Pattern -
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Basket & Chinese Rail Pattern
Recovered from the Antietam Furnace, Maryland c. 1761 - 1783
(Maryland Archeological Conservation Lab / Skerry & Hood )
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Basket & Chinese Rail Pattern
Recovered from the Queenstown Courthouse, Maryland with Intact Artifact c. 1761 - 1783
(Maryland Archeological Conservation Lab / Skerry & Hood )
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Basket & Chinese Rail Pattern
Recovered from the Antietam Furnace, Maryland c. 1761 - 1783
(Maryland Archeological Conservation Lab / Skerry & Hood )
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Basket & Chinese Rail Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Basket & Chinese Rail Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Plates & Dishes
- Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern -
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plates from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern
c. 1760
(Bamfords)
English 9” Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern
c. 1760
(The Chris Fox Collection)
English 9” Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern
Excavated at the Site of the Three Cranes Tavern in Charlestown, Massachusetts pre - 1775
(City of Boston Archeology Program)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, &Dot Diaper Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English 9” Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern
Excavated at the Governor Calvert House, Annapolis Maryland c. Mid 18th Century
(Governor Calvert House)
English 9” Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern
c. 1760
(Patrician Antiques)
English 9” Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shards from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English 9” Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern
Recovered from the Queenstown Courthouse, Maryland c. 1761 - 1783
(Maryland Archeological Conservation Lab / Skerry & Hood )
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern
Recovered from the Queenstown Courthouse, Maryland c. 1761 - 1783
(Maryland Archeological Conservation Lab / Skerry & Hood )
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern
Recovered from the Queenstown Courthouse, Maryland c. 1761 - 1783
(Maryland Archeological Conservation Lab / Skerry & Hood )
English 9” Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shards from Staffordshire - Basket, Diaper, & Dot Pattern
Excavated at Hungate, York c. 1760
(Hungate)
English
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Plates & Dishes
- Beaded or Gadroon Pattern -
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - Beaded, or Bead & Reel, or Gadroon Pattern
Recovered from Pleasant Prospect, Maryland c. 1730 - 1780
(Maryland Archeological Conservation Lab / Skerry & Hood )
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - Beaded, or Bead & Reel, or Gadroon Pattern
Recovered from the Antietam Furnace, Maryland
(Maryland Archeological Conservation Lab / Skerry & Hood )
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - Beaded, or Bead & Reel, or Gadroon Pattern
Recovered from the Saunders Point Plantation, Maryland
(Maryland Archeological Conservation Lab )
English
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Plates & Dishes
- Diaper Pattern -
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Diaper & Cartouche Pattern
c. 1770
(Private Collection)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Diaper & Cartouche Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Plates & Dishes
- Feather or Shell Pattern -
English 13-Inch Salt Glazed White Stoneware Charger from Staffordshire - Feather or Shell Pattern
c. 1760
(The Chris Fox Collection)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - Feather or Shell Pattern
Excavated at the Site of the Isaac Royall House and Slave Quarters, Medford, Massachusetts pre - 1775
(Royall House and Slave Quarters)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Feather or Shell Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Plates & Dishes
- “KING OF PRUSSIA” Pattern -
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - “KING OF PRUSSIA” Pattern
c. 1760
(Bamfords)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - “KING OF PRUSSIA” Pattern
c. 1760
(Bamfords)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate from Staffordshire - “KING OF PRUSSIA” Pattern
c. 1760
(Bamfords)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - “KING OF PRUSSIA” Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1760
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Plates & Dishes
- Plain & Scalloped Patterns -
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Plain Rim Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire - Scalloped Rim Pattern
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Plates & Dishes
- Miscellaneous Patterns -
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Plate Shard from Staffordshire
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1765 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English White
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Fruit Baskets
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Pierced Fruit Basket from Staffordshire
c. 1760
(The Chris Fox Collection)
English White
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Bowls
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Waste Bowl Shard from Staffordshire
Excavated at Fort Ticonderoga, New York c. 1740 - 1780
(Fort Ticonderoga)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Bowl Excavated from a Privy at the Three Cranes Tavern, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Burned by the British on June 17, 1775 c. 1770
(City of Boston Archeology Program)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Bowl
Excavated from a Privy at the Three Cranes Tavern, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Burned by the British on June 17, 1775 c. 1770
(City of Boston Archeology Program)
English Salt Glazed White Stoneware Bowl
Excavated from a Privy at the Three Cranes Tavern, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Burned by the British on June 17, 1775 c. 1770
(City of Boston Archeology Program)
English Scratch Blue
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Bowls
English Salt Glazed Scratch Blue Stoneware Bowl from Staffordshire
c. 1760
(Northeast Auctions)
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