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front Teapot
This Staffordsire teapot is decorated using the transfer print process, a process that allowed for mass-produced quality pots.
front Teapot - "Lafayette at the Tomb of Franklin"
This English-manufactured teapot, designed to appeal to American consumers, commemorated the Revolutionary War hero the Marquis de Lafayette's (1757-1834) visit to the tomb of Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) in 1824.
front Plate "Massachusetts State House"
Elizabeth Allen of Joppa Village, Massachusetts, spent some of the money she earned braiding straw hats to purchase this transfer-print plate of the Massachusetts State House.
front Serving Dish
The transfer-printed blue and white serving dish is impressed with "Wood"on the back (probably Enoch Wood of Staffordshire, England) and is 10 1/2 inches in diameter.
front Tile: "Landing of the Pilgrims 1620"
c. 1820
This tile depicts an event that had already attained mythical status by the early 19th century: the landing of the Pilgrims on Cape Cod in 1620.
front Plate:"Landing of the Fathers at Plymouth"
c. 1820
After the technique for transfer printing was invented in the last half of the 18th century, designs were drawn and transferred to textiles and to ceramics eliminating the need for hand painting.


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