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Published by Colin Savage, 2018-06-18 18:53:52

EARTHENWARE DRINKING VESSELS - PART I

Gallery of Earthenware Drinking Vessels - Part I courtesy of 'The 18th Century Material Culture Resource Centre'

18th Century Material Culture
Earthenware Drinking Vessels I

English
Lead Glazed
Earthenware Mugs & Cups

English Lead Glaze Earthenware Mug with Applied “Star” Medallions from Wiltshire
'MB / 1703'

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Earthenware Mug Possibly from Sussex
c. 1650 - 1700

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Earthenware Mug Possibly from Staffordshire
c. 1700

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Earthenware Mug Possibly from Staffordshire
c. 1700

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Earthenware Mug from Tickenhal
Late 17th Century
(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Earthenware Mug from Staffordshire
c. 1710

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Earthenware Mug
c. 1700 - 1800

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Manganese - Mottled Earthenware Mug Fragment from Staffordshire with “WR” Excise Stamp for King William
c. 1700 - 1720

(Chipstone Foundation)

English Lead Glazed Manganese - Mottled Earthenware Mug from Staffordshire
c. 1700 - 1720

(Chipstone Foundation)

English Lead Glazed Manganese - Mottled Earthenware Mug from Staffordshire with “AR” Excise Stamp for Queen Ann
c. 1702 - 1714

(Chipstone Foundation)

English Lead Glazed Manganese - Mottled Earthenware Mug from Staffordshire with “AR” Excise Stamp for Queen Ann
c. 1702 - 1714

(Chipstone Foundation)

English
Lead Glazed - Slip Decorated
Earthenware Mugs & Cups

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Sgraffito Earthenware Mug from North Devon
One of Many Shipment Damaged Wares Found in the Drainage Ditch of William May of Jamestown, Virginia c. 1670 - 1680

(National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park, Chipstone Foundation, Photo Gavin Ashworth)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Sgraffito Earthenware Mug from North Devon
One of Many Shipment Damaged Wares Found in the Drainage Ditch of William May of Jamestown, Virginia c. 1670 - 1680

(National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park, Chipstone Foundation, Photo Gavin Ashworth)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Sgraffito Earthenware Mug from North Devon
One of Many Shipment Damaged Wares Found in the Drainage Ditch of William May of Jamestown, Virginia c. 1670 - 1680

(National Park Service, Colonial National Historical Park, Chipstone Foundation, Photo Gavin Ashworth)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup with Stamped Pad Decorations of “IE” & “1697”
by John Eaglestone of Wrotham, Kent 1697
(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Mug from Wrotham
by John Eagleston 1710
(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshite
“MR. THOMAS FFENTON” c. 1690 - 1700
(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Mug with Mould - Applied Decorations from Staffordshire
c. 1730 - 1740

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
Late 17th to Early 18th Century
(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
Late 17th to Early 18th Century
(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
1660

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
Late 17th to Early 18th Century
(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
Late 17th to Early 18th Century
(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
Late 17th to Early 18th Century
(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Mug from North Staffordshire
Late 17th Century
(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
Late 17th to Early 18th Century
(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
Late 17th to Early 18th Century
(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Mug from North Staffordshire
Late 17th Century
(Stoke-On-Trent)

English Lead Glazed Earthenware Mug from Staffordshire
c. 1690

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
Late 17th to Early 18th Century
(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
Late 17th to Early 18th Century
(Chipstone Foundation)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
Late 17th to Early 18th Century
(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
“1695 : W : K : C”

(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from Burstern
1701

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Mug from North Staffordshire
Late 17th Century
(Stoke-On-Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup Shard from North Staffordshire
Found in a Pre - 1743 Deposit Under Faneuil Hall In Boston, Massachusetts
(City of Boston Archeology Program)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
c. 1700

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup from North Staffordshire
c. 1700

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup Possibly from North Staffordshire
Early 18th Century
(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Cup Possibly from North Staffordshire
Early 18th Century
(Skinner)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Mug
Recovered from a c. 1735 - 1755 Brick Lined Privy at 236 Church Street in Philadelphia. Thought to be Locally Made

(American Ceramics by Justin W. Thomas / Photo Courtesy Chris Rowell)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Mug
Recovered from a c. 1735 - 1755 Brick Lined Privy at 236 Church Street in Philadelphia. Thought to be Locally Made

(American Ceramics by Justin W. Thomas / Photo Courtesy Chris Rowell)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Earthenware Mug (Fragment) from Staffordshire
Late 17th - Early 18th Century
(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glaze Slip Decorated Earthenware Sgraffito Mug Likely from North Staffordshire
c. 1720 - 1740

(Stoke - on - Trent)

English Lead Glazed Slip Decorated Sgraffito Earthenware Cup Probably from North Staffordshire
c. 1720 - 1740

(Stoke - On - Trent)

English Lead Glaze Slip Decorated Earthenware Mug from Staffordshire or Derbyshire
c. 1700 - 1750

(Victoria & Albert)

English Lead Glaze Slip Decorated Earthenware Mug from Staffordshire or Derbyshire
c. 1750

(Victoria & Albert)


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