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Published by Colin Savage, 2018-06-18 19:12:47

STONEWARE DRINKING VESSELS

Gallery of Stoneware Drinking Vessels courtesy of 'The 18th Century Material Culture Resource Centre'

18th Century Material Culture
Stoneware Drinking Vessels

English
Stoneware
“Gorge” Mugs

The WAGGONER and FISHERMAN
by James Wilson after Adrien van Ostade

(Private Collection)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Fulham / Hammersmith
c. 1671 - 1703

(Museum of London)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Fulham / Hammersmith
c. 1671 - 1703

(Museum of London)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Fulham / Hammersmith
c. 1671 - 1703

(Museum of London)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Fulham
c. 1680 - 1685

(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Fulham
by John Dwight of Fulham c. 1675
(Chipstone)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Fulham
by John Dwight of Fulham c. 1680 - 1685
(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug with Engraved Silver Collar (An Attempt to Copy White Chinese Porcelain)
by John Dwight of Fulham 1682
(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Southwark
c. 1710

(Robert Hunter)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Southwark
c. 1710

(Robert Hunter)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Southwark
c. 1680 - 1700

(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from London
c. 1680 - 1700

(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mugs from London
c. 1680 - 1700

(Robert Hunter - Ceramics in America)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Nottingham
c. 1700

(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Nottingham
c. 1700

(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Nottingham
c. 1703

(Victoria & Albert)

English
Red Stoneware
“Gorge” Mugs

English Slip - Cast and Lathe - Turned Red Stoneware “Gorge” Mug from Bradell Wood
c. 1690 - 1698

(Victoria & Albert)

English Slip - Cast and Lathe - Turned Red Stoneware “Gorge” Mug with Applied Silver lip from Bradell Wood
c. 1690 - 1698

(Victoria & Albert)

English Slip - Cast and Lathe - Turned Red Stoneware “Gorge” Mug with Applied Silver lip from Bradell Wood
c. 1695

(Victoria & Albert)

English
Stoneware
Mugs & Tankards

“The Manchester Hero or Arts Yield to Arms”

“THE SPORTSMAN TAKING REFRESHMENT”
by Charles Spponer 1767
(Lewis Walpole Library)

English Salt Glaze Stoneware Mug with Cover from Fulton
by John Dwight of Fulton c. 1685 - 1690

(The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri)

English Stoneware Salt Glazed Tankard from Fulham / Hammersmith
c. 1671 - 1703

(Museum of London)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mugs from Fulham
by John Dwight of Fulham c. 1700 - 1720
(Chipstone)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Cup from Staffordshire
c. 1700

(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug
c. 1720

(Chipstone)

English Two Quart Double Slip Lead Glazed Stoneware Mug
c. 1700 - 1720

(Ceramics in America)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug from London
c. 1700 - 1710

(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug Likely from London
Excavated at the Edward Rumney / Stephen West Tavern, London Town, Maryland c. 1725

(Chipstone / Photo, Gavin Ashworth)

English Stoneware Tankard Stamped with an “WR” Excise Stamp (King William)
“Wm. Wright at ye Yorkshire Gray Hommorton” c. 1701 - 1799
(Museum of London)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug with a Silver Mount and “AR” Excise Stamp (Queen Anne) from Fulham
c. 1711

(Victoria & Albert)

English Stoneware Tankard Stamped with an “AR” Excise Stamp (Queen Anne) from Fulham / Hammersmith
c. 1701 - 1710

(Museum of London)

English Stoneware Tankard Stamped with an “AR” Excise Stamp (Queen Anne) from Fulham / Hammersmith
c. 1702 - 1714

(Museum of London)

English Stoneware Tankard Stamped with an “AR” Excise Stamp (Queen Anne) from Fulham / Hammersmith
c. 1702 - 1714

(Museum of London)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug with an “AR” Excise Stamp (Queen Anne) from Burslem
c. 1702 - 1710

(Victoria & Albert)

English Stoneware Tankard (Shard) Stamped with an “AR” Excise Stamp (Queen Anne) from Burslem
c. 1710

(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug with “AR” Excise Mark (Queen Anne) from Southwark or Lambeth
c. 1702 - 1714

(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug with Applied Tavern Sign from Bristol Possibly from Southwark
Possibly Made at Gravel Lane 1724
(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug with Applied Tavern Sign from Bristol Possibly from Southwark
Possibly Made at Gravel Lane c. 1724
(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug with Applied Tavern Sign from Fulham
“Jacob Morden 1750”
(Chipstone)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug with Applied Tavern Sign from Fulham
“Jacob Morden 1750”
(Chipstone)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mugs with Applied Tavern Signs from London
“Jacob Morden 1750”
(Chipstone)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug with an “GR” Excise Stamp King George I or II) from Bristol
c. 1740 - 1760

(Victoria & Albert)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mugs from Bristol (Left) and London (Right)
“Thos. Carter at ye Green Dragon Zeals Green 1755” with “GR” Excise Stamp (Left) and “Wm. Murrells Sulbery 1766” (Right)

(Chipstone)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug with “GR” Excise Stamp Within an Oval from Bristol
(“GR” Stamps were only adopted by Stoneware Manufacturers from Bristol) 1719
(Chipstone)

English Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug with “GR” Excise Stamp Within an Oval from Bristol
(“GR” Stamps were only adopted by Stoneware Manufacturers from Bristol) 1719
(Chipstone)


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