18th Century Material Culture

English & American Bottles & Jugs
English Salt Glazed
Stoneware
Jugs / Bottles
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Neck Similar to a Glass Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1703
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Neck Similar to a Glass Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1703
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1700
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1700
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1725
(Chipstone Foundation)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1740
(Chipstone Foundation)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle Inscribed “Geo: Price” from Fulham, London
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle Inscribed “J. Price” from Fulham, London
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle Inscribed “DJ” from Fulham, London
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle Inscribed “Thomas” from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle Inscribed “Thomas” from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle Inscribed “Topham” from Mortlake, London (Richmond - upon - Thames)
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle Inscribed “Topham” from Mortlake, London (Richmond - upon - Thames)
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1703
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle with Medallion from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1703
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1700
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London, Probably Fulham
c. 1770
(Chipstone)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottles, Probably from London
c. 1690 - 1720
(Chipstone)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1671 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1671 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1703
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1703
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1671 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1671 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1671 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1671 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1703
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1703
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1703
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1671 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1671 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle with Medallion Inscribed “MRS” from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1703
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle with Medallion from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
Inscribed “W. MORRIS TEMPLE BAR” c. 1671 - 1703
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle with Medallion for the Cock Tavern on Fleet Street from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1671 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug from Fulham
by John Dwight’s Fulham Pottery c. 1675
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London (Lambeth or Southwalk)
c. 1700
(Mavis Bimson Collection)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London (Lambeth or Southwalk)
c. 1700
(Mavis Bimson Collection)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London, Probably Fulham
c. 1720
(Chipstone)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1725
(Chipstone)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1770
(Chipstone)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London, Probably Fulham
c. 1770
(Chipstone)
English London Jug
c. 1766 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from Fulham / Hammersmith, London
c. 1601 - 1700
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London
c. 1770
(Chipstone)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London, Probably Fulham
Reported to Have Been Found in a Connecticut Cellar c. 1780
(Chipstone)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London, Probably Fulham
by Brandram, Templeman & Jacquec c. 1784 - 1805
(Chipstone)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bottle from London, Probably Fulham
by Brandram, Templeman & Jacquec c. 1784 - 1805
(Chipstone)
Stoneware Shard
Found in the Privy of the Three Cranes Tavern, Charlestown. Burned by the British June 17, 1775
Possibly by Parker - Harris of Charlestown Mid 18th Century
(City of Boston Archeology Program)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug Shards from Fulham
by John Dwight’s Fulham Pottery c. 1680
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed
Stoneware Bellarmine
Jugs / Bottles
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bellarmine Bottle from London
17th Century
(Private Collection)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bellarmine Jug from London
17th Century
(Private Collection)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bellarmine Jug from London
17th Century
(Museum of London)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bellarmine Jug from Southampton
1674
(Victoria & Albert)
English Salt Glazed Stoneware Bellarmine Jug from London
17th Century
(Museum of London)
Bellarmine Bottle
17th Century
(Steve Rayner Collection)
Brandy Seller
by Anne Claude Philippe de Tubières, Comte de Caylus after Edme Bouchardon 1737
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Stoneware
Jugs /Bottles
Found in England
Brown Stoneware Bottle - Found in England - Unknown Origin (Possibly Mediterranean)
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
Brown Stoneware Bottle - Found in England - Unknown Origin (Possibly Mediterranean)
c. 1701 - 1800
(Museum of London)
American
Stoneware
Jugs / Bottles
Brown Salt-glazed Stoneware Jug Excavated at Yorktown, Virginia
c. 1720 - 1740
(Ceramics in America)
Brown Salt-glazed Stoneware Jug Excavated at Yorktown, Virginia
c. 1720 - 1740
(Ceramics in America)
American 2 Gallon Stoneware Jug with Watchspring Decoration from Cheesequake, New Jersey
Attributed to Captain James Morgan c. 1775 - 1790
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American 1 Gallon Stoneware Jug with Watchspring Decoration from Cheesequake, New Jersey, or Manhattan, New York
c. 4th Quarter 18th Century
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American 3 Gallon Stoneware Jug with Watchspring Decoration from New Jersey or Manhattan, New York
c. Late 18th Century
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American 2 Gallon Stoneware Jug with Watchspring Decoration from Ringoes, New Jersey
Attributed to the Kemple Pottery c. 1746 - 1795
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American 2 Gallon Stoneware Jug with Watchspring Decoration from Manhattan, NY or Cheesequake, NJ
c. 1775
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American 2 Gallon Stoneware Jug from Greenwich, Connecticut Jug that Lost Its Handle in the Firing Process
Made by Abraham Mead c. 1785
(Early American Stoneware)
American 3 Quart to 1 Gallon Stoneware Jug from Cheesequake, New Jersey
Attributed to Captain James Morgan c. 1775
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American 2 Gallon Stoneware Jug with Watchspring Decoration from Cheeseqyake, New Jersey
Attributed to Captain James Morgan c. 1780 - 1790
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American 2 Gallon Stoneware Jug from Manhattan, New York
c. Late 18th Century
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American 1/2 Gallon Stoneware Jug with Watchspring Decoration from Cheesequake, New Jersey, or Manhattan, New York
c. 1775
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American 1 & 1/2 Gallon Stoneware Jug with Slip - Trailed “Gin” Decoration from New Jersey Marked “Gin”
Late 18th - Early 19th Century
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American Stoneware Small Jug from Manhattan , New York
Attributed to Adam States, Sr. c. 1745
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American Stoneware Small Jug from Manhattan , New York
Attributed to Adam States, Sr. c. 1745
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American Stoneware Small Jug from Manhattan, New York
Attributed to William Crolius, Sr., John Crolius, Sr., or William Crolius, Jr. c. 1740 - 1775
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American Stoneware Small Jug from Manhattan, New York
Attributed to William Crolius, Sr., John Crolius, Sr., or William Crolius, Jr. c. 1740 - 1775
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American Stoneware Small Jug, Possibly from New Jersey
Possibly Made by James Morgan Pottery, Cheesequake, NJ, 4th Quarter of the 18th Century
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American Stoneware Small Jug from Either South Amboy, NJ, Manhattan, NY, or Greenwich, CT
Probably Made by Adam States, Sr,. Mid 18th Century
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American Stoneware 1 Gallon Jug from Manhattan, NY, South Amboy, NJ, or Greenwich, CT
Possibly Made by Adam States, Sr. Mid 18th Century
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
American Stoneware 2 Gallon Jug from Manhattan, New York
Late 18th Century
(Crocker Farm Auction House)
English
Lead Glazed Earthenware
Jugs / Bottles
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Copy of a “Bartmann” Jug
c. 1601 - 1700
(Museum of London)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Cistercian Bottle
c. 1481 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Bottle
c. 1485 - 1714
(Museum of London)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Bottle
c. 1485 - 1714
(Museum of London)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Bottle from Harlow, Essex
c. 1580 - 1700
(Museum of London)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Bottle from the Midlands
c. 1600 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Bottle
c. 1601 - 1700
(Museum of London)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Bottle from Surrey / Hampshire Border
c. 1550 - 1700
(Museum of London)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Bottle from London
c. 1580 - 1700
(Museum of London)
English Earthenware Bottle from London
c. 1580 - 1700
(Museum of London)
English ? Earthenware Bottle
c. 1601 - 1700
(Museum of London)
American
Lead Glazed Earthenware
Jugs / Bottles
American Lead Glazed Dutch - Style Earthenware Jug Likely Made in New York City
Recovered from a Barrel at the Site of the Lovelace Tavern, Stadt Huys Block (71 Pearl Street). Late 17th Century
(New York City Archeological Repository / American Ceramics by Justin W. Thomas)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug Attributed to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Recovered from a c. 1750 Brick Lined Privy at 118 Cuthbert Street in Philadelphia. Thought to be Locally Made
(American Ceramics by Justin W. Thomas / Photo Courtesy Chris Rowell)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug
Made by the Upton Brothers of East Greenwich, Rhode Island Late 18th Century
(Skinner)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug from Bristol County, Massachusetts
Late 18th - Early 19th Century
(Skinner)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug from Alamance County, North Carolina
Late 18th - Early 19th Century
(Crocker Farm)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug from Alamance County, North Carolina
Late 18th - Early 19th Century
(Crocker Farm)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug Likely from Massachusetts
Likely Made by the Southwick Pottery of Peabody, Massachusetts Late 18th - Early 19th Century
(Early American Ceramics by Justin W. Thomas)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug from New Hampshire
Late 18th - Early 19th Century
(Skinner)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug
Made by John Henry Benner of Abington, Massachusetts c. 1765 - 1795
(Dyer Memorial Library, Abington, Massachusetts)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug
Made by John Henry Benner of Abington, Massachusetts c. 1765 - 1795
(Dyer Memorial Library, Abington, Massachusetts)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug from Massachusetts
Possibly Made by John Henry Benner of Abington, Massachusetts Late 18th - Early 19th Century
(Abington, Massachusetts Historical Society)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug from Southeastern Massachusetts
c. 1780 - 1820
(Antiques Associates of West Townsend)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug from Southeastern Massachusetts
c. 1780 - 1820
(Antiques Associates of West Townsend)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug from Massachusetts
Possibly Made by William Pecker of Merrimacport, Massachusetts Late 18th - Early 19th Century
(Skinner)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug from Bristol County, Massachusetts
Late 18th - Early 19th Century
(Skinner)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug from Bristol County, Massachusetts
Late 18th - Early 19th Century
(Skinner)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Jug from Alexandria, Virginia in a Firing Sagger
Made by Henry Piercy of Alexandria, Virginia
(Chipstone)
English Tin Glazed
Earthenware
Jugs / Bottles
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Bottle (Blackened & Sooted by Fire)
c. 1601 - 1700
(Museum of London)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Bottle
Mid - Late 17th Century
(Brunk Auctions)
English Tin Glazed Earthenware Bottle from London
c. 1650
(Chipstone Foundation)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Bottle
1650
(Museum of London)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Bottle
c. 1601 - 1800
(Museum of London)
English Tin Glazed Earthenware Wine Bottle from Southwark, London
Inscribed “CIS 1667”
(Victoria & Albert)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Bottle
c. 1601 - 1700
(Winterthur)
English Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle Commemorating King Charles the Second from London
c. 1660 - 1665
(Christie’s Auction House)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Clarit Bottle
1647
(Winterthur)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1662
(Brunk Auctions)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1643
(Winterthur)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1644
(Museum of London)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1646
(Victoria & Albert)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1646
(Victoria & Albert)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1643
(Winterthur)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1649
(Museum of London)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1650
(Museum of London)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1650
(Brunk Auctions)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1654
(Museum of London)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1658
(Museum of London)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Sack Bottle
1660
(Christie’s Auction House)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Whit Wine Bottle
1641
(Victoria & Albert)
English Tin Glazed Earthenware Whit Bottle Commemorating King Charles I from Southwark, London
1642
(Winterthur)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Whit Bottle from London
1647
(Victoria & Albert)
English or Dutch Tin Glazed Earthenware Whit Bottle from London
1647
(Brunk Auctions)
English Tin Glazed Earthenware Whit Bottle from London
1652
(Victoria & Albert)
English Tin Glazed Earthenware Whit Bottle from London
1658
(Winterthur)
English Tin Glazed Earthenware Bottle from Southwark
Possibly by the Christian Wilhelm, Pickleherring Quay Factory c. 1628
(Chipstone Foundation)
English Tin Glazed Earthenware Bottle from Southwark
Possibly by the Christian Wilhelm, Pickleherring Quay Factory c. 1628
(Chipstone Foundation)
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