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In A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America, Ivor Noel Hume writes of “the creamwares of Williams Coles’s Swansea pot house (established 1764), which were often decorated in ‘scratch blue,’ the best-known pieces being tea jars incised with names and dates in the 1770s” (p. 128).  The creamware tea canister shown here is inscribed, “Mary Evans July the 5 1775.”  Made in Swansea, it is currently in the museum collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.;

In A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America, Ivor Noel Hume writes of “the creamwares of Williams Coles’s Swansea pot house (established 1764), which were often decorated in ‘scratch blue,’ the best-known pieces being tea jars incised with names and dates in the 1770s” (p. 128). The creamware tea canister shown here is inscribed, “Mary Evans July the 5 1775.” Made in Swansea, it is currently in the museum collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.;

Bandbox with Two Squirrels  Pasteboard box covered with paper, stamped with squirrel woodblock print; lid depicts a cornucopia pattern.  ~ ITEM DETAILS ~ Dimensions: W. 17 ½, Ht. 12, D. 13  Date / Circa: c. 1835  Maker / Origin: New England ~♥~

Bandbox with Two Squirrels Pasteboard box covered with paper, stamped with squirrel woodblock print; lid depicts a cornucopia pattern. ~ ITEM DETAILS ~ Dimensions: W. 17 ½, Ht. 12, D. 13 Date / Circa: c. 1835 Maker / Origin: New England ~♥~

In A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America, Ivor Noel Hume writes of “the creamwares of Williams Coles’s Swansea pot house (established 1764), which were often decorated in ‘scratch blue,’ the best-known pieces being tea jars incised with names and dates in the 1770s” (p. 128).  The creamware tea canister shown here is inscribed, “Mary Evans July the 5 1775.”  Made in Swansea, it is currently in the museum collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.;

In A Guide to Artifacts of Colonial America, Ivor Noel Hume writes of “the creamwares of Williams Coles’s Swansea pot house (established 1764), which were often decorated in ‘scratch blue,’ the best-known pieces being tea jars incised with names and dates in the 1770s” (p. 128). The creamware tea canister shown here is inscribed, “Mary Evans July the 5 1775.” Made in Swansea, it is currently in the museum collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.;

Large underglaze blue painted earthenware pitcher dated 1793

Large underglaze blue painted earthenware pitcher dated 1793

English Wedgwood  Tea canister  c. 1765  Glazed earthenware (creamware), height 13,3 cm  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

English Wedgwood Tea canister c. 1765 Glazed earthenware (creamware), height 13,3 cm Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Antique Pottery Mugs | Scratch-Blue decorated saltglaze tankard dated 1752 named "J Harvey".

Antique Pottery Mugs | Scratch-Blue decorated saltglaze tankard dated 1752 named "J Harvey".

Chinese porcelain tea box, blue coin-style rondels, base with artemisia leaf, Qing Dynasty, Kangxi Period, 1662-1722 if of the period, probably 19th century, 6-1/2 in. Small lid chip, other minor glaze flaws.  Provenance: Bob Timberlake Collection.

Chinese porcelain tea box, blue coin-style rondels, base with artemisia leaf, Qing Dynasty, Kangxi Period, 1662-1722 if of the period, probably 19th century, 6-1/2 in. Small lid chip, other minor glaze flaws. Provenance: Bob Timberlake Collection.

tea caddies pottery | Early saltglaze pottery scratch blue decorated tea caddy named and ...

tea caddies pottery | Early saltglaze pottery scratch blue decorated tea caddy named and ...

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