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18th Century Material Culture

Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowls


English
Lead Glazed Earthenware
Punch Bowls
English Lead - Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl with Mould - Applied Decorations from Staffordshire
1738
(Victoria & Albert Museum)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware “Jackfield” Punch Bowl
Recovered from theThree Cranes Tavern Privy, Charlestown, Massachusetts, Burned by the British 17 June, 1775
(City of Boston Archeology Program)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware “Blackware” Punch Bowl from Staffordshire
c. 1766
(Five Colleges & Historic Deerfield Museum Consortium)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl from Staffordshire
c. 1760 - 1780
(Winterthur)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl from Little Fenton, Staffordshire
c. 1750 - 1780
(Winterthur)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl from Turnstall
by Enoch Booth 1743
(The British Museum)
English Lead Glazed Creamware Punch Bowl with Enamel Decoration Depicting a Pottery Factory from Leeds
c. 1770
(Victoria & Albert Museum)
English Lead Glazed Creamware Punch Bowl with Enamel Decoration Depicting a Pottery Factory from Leeds
c. 1770
(Victoria & Albert Museum)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl
c. 1780 - 1800
(Five Colleges & Historic Deerfield Museum Consortium)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl
c. 1780
(Five Colleges & Historic Deerfield Museum Consortium)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl
c. 1785 - 1790
(Five Colleges & Historic Deerfield Museum Consortium)
American
Lead Glazed Earthenware
Punch Bowls
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl from New England
c. 1780 - 1810
(Five Colleges & Historic Deerfield Museum Consortium)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl from Alamance County, North Carolina
c. 1790 - 1810
(Private Collection / Old Salem Museums & Gardens)
American Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl from Alamance County, North Carolina
c. 1790 - 1810
(Private Collection / Old Salem Museums & Gardens)
English
Lead Glazed Earthenware
Transfer Ware Punch Bowls
English Lead Glazed Earthenware / Creamware Punch Bowl for Jurry & Elisabeth Parker
by Guy Green, Josiah Wedgewood & Sons, Printed in Liverpool, Made at Stoke-at-Trent 1779
(Victoria & Albert Museum)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware / Creamware Punch Bowl for Jurry & Elisabeth Parker
by Guy Green, Josiah Wedgewood & Sons, Printed in Liverpool, Made at Stoke-at-Trent 1779
(Victoria & Albert Museum)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware / Creamware Punch Bowl for Jurry & Elisabeth Parker
by Guy Green, Josiah Wedgewood & Sons, Printed in Liverpool, Made at Stoke-at-Trent 1779
(Victoria & Albert Museum)
English Lead Glazed Creamware Punch Bowl from Staffordshire Depicting the Etruria Factory or Paris Mining Company
by Wedgewood’s Etruria Factory c. 1774 - 1784
(Winterthur)
English Lead Glazed Creamware Punch Bowl from Staffordshire Depicting the Etruria Factory or Paris Mining Company
by Wedgewood’s Etruria Factory c. 1774 - 1784
(Winterthur)
English Lead Glazed Creamware Punch Bowl from Staffordshire Depicting the Etruria Factory or Paris Mining Company
by Wedgewood’s Etruria Factory c. 1774 - 1784
(Winterthur)
English Lead Glazed Creamware Punch Bowl from Staffordshire Depicting the Etruria Factory or Paris Mining Company
by Wedgewood’s Etruria Factory c. 1774 - 1784
(Winterthur)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware / Creamware Punch Bowl from Liverpool Depicting Franklin & Washington
18th Century
(Heritage Auctions)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware / Creamware Punch Bowl from Liverpool Depicting Franklin & Washington
18th Century
(Heritage Auctions)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware / Creamware Punch Bowl from Liverpool Depicting Franklin & Washington
18th Century
(Heritage Auctions)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware / Creamware Punch Bowl
Late 18th Century
(Woolley & Wallace)
English
Lead Glazed Earthenware
Military Punch Bowls
English Lead Glazed Earthenware / Creamware Punch Bowl Marked “COL. TARLETON.”
c. 1783 - 1786
(Winterthur)
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English Lead Glazed Earthenware / Creamware Punch Bowl Marked “COL. TARLETON.”
c. 1783 - 1786
(Winterthur)
English
Lead Glazed Earthenware
Naval Punch Bowls
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl from Asbury Ware
“YE PRID OF SPAIN HUMBLED BY ADMIRAL VERNON HE TOOK PORTOBELLO WITH SIX SHIPS ONLY
NOV YE 22 1739”
(The British Museum)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware Punch Bowl Found in New York
Marked “The —— BROTHERS”
(Chrysalis Archeology)
English Red Earthenware Bowl
Marked “The Elizebeth sloop E.S. 1774”
(National Maritime Museum)
English Earthenware Punch Bowl Marked “Success to the British Fleet”
c. 1775 - 1790
(National Maritime Museum)
English Lead Glazed Earthenware / Creamware Punch Bowl
c. 1780
(Five Colleges & Historic Deerfield Museum Consortium)
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