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Tea Caddy  Maker: Joseph Smith, American, 1731–1777 Tea Caddy 1767  Earthenware with white slip decoration 17.2 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm (6 3/4 x 5 x 5 in.) - See more at: http://artgallery.yale

Tea Caddy Maker: Joseph Smith, American, Tea Caddy 1767 Earthenware with white slip decoration x x cm x 5 x 5 in.) Geography: Made in Wrightstown, Pennsylvania

Pitcher  Date:1821 Geography:Probably made in Pennsylvania, United States; Probably made in New England, United States Culture:American Medium:Earthenware; Redware with slip decoration Dimensions:12 in. (30.5 cm) Classification:Ceramics Credit Line:Funds from various donors, 2008 Accession Number:2008.252 The elaborate slip decoration on this impressive presentation piece emulates the English tradition and relates to engraving found on silver and glass objects.

The elaborate slip decoration on this impressive presentation piece emulates the English tradition and relates to engraving found on silver and glass objects.

Staffordshire Earthenware Tea Canister ~ 1765

Staffordshire Earthenware Tea Canister ~ 1765 - octagonal shape with allover green glaze and press-molded prunus designs to either side, ht.

1stdibs.com | A Green Glazed  Staffordshire Tea Canister ca. 1765

18th Century English Green Glazed Staffordshire Pottery Tea Caddy

An Early Staffordshire Green Glazed Tea Caddy An Century English Staffordshire green glazed earthenware tea canister, or caddy, circa of octagonal form with applied press-molded prunus blossom decoration to both sides, with cover (possibly a replacement)

Creamware tea caddy with Whieldon type decoration, circa 1770 £590.00 4½” tall Chip to rim and hairline around the base resto;

Creamware tea caddy with Whieldon type decoration, circa 1770 tall Chip to rim and hairline around the base resto;

Staffordshire combed surface agate tea canister, England, ca. 1800

Staffordshire combed surface agate tea canister, England, ca.

Cream-colored Earthenware Tea Canister, England, c. 1765, probably Staffordshire, square shape wi

Cream-colored Earthenware Tea Canister, England, c. probably Staffordshire, square shape wi

Plate, Possibly Heinrich Roth (active ca. 1790–1810) , 1793, Pennsylvania, United States, Earthenware; Redware with sgraffito decoration

Pennsylvania German potters of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, utilizing the locally available red clay, produced for a local market utilitarian earthenware pieces as well as more elaborate wares

English double tea caddy decorated with mermaids ustrous brown salt-glazed stoneware, moulded, height, whole, 13cm, dated 1770. Production place: Derbyshire. Rococo.

English double tea caddy decorated with mermaids ustrous brown salt-glazed stoneware, moulded, height, whole, dated Production place: Derbyshire.

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