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Pearlware was created in the late 18th century as an inexpensive replacement to the much more expensive porcelain of Britain or China.
|| Sugar Box
This sugar box served a decorative purpose at the same time it stored sugar.
|| Ceramic Figures
The pair of figurines, a male and a female, was made in the Staffordshire district of England in the early 19th century.
|| Pitcher with engine turned decoration
Pitchers came in all sizes in the 19th century and people used them to pour liquids of all sorts.
This pearlware platter with a transfer-printed scene of a boy piping sheep belonged to Joanna Smith, wife of Ebenezer Hinsdale Williams of Deerfield, Massachusetts.