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front Teapot
Pearlware was created in the late 18th century as an inexpensive replacement to the much more expensive porcelain of Britain or China.
front Sugar Box
This sugar box served a decorative purpose at the same time it stored sugar.
front Ceramic Figures
The pair of figurines, a male and a female, was made in the Staffordshire district of England in the early 19th century.
front Pitcher with engine turned decoration
Pitchers came in all sizes in the 19th century and people used them to pour liquids of all sorts.
front Platter
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.


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