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  1. William Adams
    English, 1748–1831
    Plate (one of a pair)

    c. 1820–1830
    Lead-glazed earthenware (spatterware)
    B.71.31.2
  2. William Adams
    English, 1748–1831
    Plate (one of a pair)

    c. 1820–1830
    Lead-glazed earthenware (spatterware)
    B.71.31.1
  3. Probably William Adams
    English, 1746–1805
    Candlestick with Glass Shade (one of a pair)

    c. 1785–1810
    Stoneware (jasperware), mercury gilt bronze, and lead glass
    B.61.63.2
  4. Probably William Adams
    English, 1746–1805
    Candlestick with Glass Shade (one of a pair)

    c. 1785–1810
    Stoneware (jasperware), mercury gilt bronze, and lead glass
    B.61.63.1
  5. John Bennett
    English, 1840–1907, active United States
    "White Dogwood" Vase

    1882
    Earthenware
    2009.6
  6. Bow Porcelain Factory
    English, active 1747–1764
    Pair of Figures of Lions

    c. 1750
    Soft-paste porcelain
    96.1539.1,.2
  7. Manufactured by Bow Porcelain Factory
    English, active 1747–1764
    Figure of a Lady Musician

    c. 1755
    Soft-paste porcelain
    96.1537
  8. Manufactured by Bow Porcelain Factory
    English, active 1747–1764
    Figure of a Sailor's Lass

    c. 1752
    Soft-paste porcelain
    96.1534
  9. Manufactured by Bow Porcelain Factory
    English, active 1747–1764
    Figure of a Man Playing The Flute

    c. 1755
    Soft-paste porcelain
    96.1533
  10. Bow Porcelain Factory
    English, active 1747–1764
    Sauceboat

    c. 1760
    Soft-paste porcelain
    96.1531
  11. Bow Porcelain Factory
    English, active 1747–1764
    Figure of a Sailor

    c. 1752
    Porcelain
    96.1528
  12. Bow Porcelain Factory
    English, active 1747–1764
    Pair of Sphinx Figures

    c. 1750
    Porcelain
    96.1525.1,.2
  13. Bow Porcelain Factory
    English, active 1747–1764
    Monkey Group

    c. 1760
    Soft-paste porcelain
    94.871
  14. Manufactured by Bow Porcelain Factory
    English, active 1747–1764
    Sweetmeat or Pickle Stand

    c. 1760
    Soft-paste porcelain
    84.723
  15. Manufactured by Bow Porcelain Factory
    English, active 1747–1764
    Bowl

    c. 1775
    Soft-paste porcelain
    84.491
  16. Manufactured by Bow Porcelain Factory
    English, active 1747–1764
    Figure of a Woman

    c. 1765–1770
    Soft-paste porcelain
    74.182
  17. Possibly by Brameld Co.
    English, active c. 1806–1842
    Saucer

    c. 1806–1825
    Lead-glazed earthenware (pearlware) with enamel and transfer print
    B.63.111.2
  18. Possibly Brameld Co.
    English, active c. 1806–1842
    Teacup

    c. 1806–1825
    Lead-glazed earthenware (pearlware) with enamel and transfer print
    B.63.111.1
  19. Possibly Brameld Co.
    English, active c. 1806–1842
    Creamer

    c. 1806–1825
    Lead-glazed earthenware (pearlware) with enamel and transfer print
    B.63.110
  20. Michael Cardew
    British, 1901–1983
    Bowl

    1973
    Stoneware
    2010.2041
  21. Michael Cardew
    British, 1901–1983
    Gwari Casserole

    1973
    Stoneware
    2010.2040.A,.B
  22. Michael Cardew
    British, 1901–1983
    Teapot with Fish

    1950
    Earthenware and cane
    2010.2039.A,.B
  23. Michael Cardew
    British, 1901–1983
    Pitcher

    1980
    Earthenware
    2010.2038
  24. Michael Cardew
    British, 1901–1983
    Abuja Casserole

    c. 1960
    Earthenware
    2010.1665.A,.B
  25. Michael Cardew
    British, 1901–1983
    Large Combed Slump Dish

    1935
    Earthenware
    2007.792
  26. Michael Cardew
    British, 1901–1983
    Grey Abuja Bowl

    1956
    Stoneware
    2007.791
  27. Michael Cardew
    British, 1901–1983
    Vume Bowl with Lily Design

    1945
    Stoneware
    2007.790
  28. Michael Cardew
    British, 1901–1983
    Combed Bowl

    1935
    Earthenware
    2007.789
  29. Chamberlain and Company
    Worcester, England, 1840–1852
    Card Tray

    c. 1840–1850
    Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilding
    B.2017.9
  30. Manufactured by Chamberlain's Worcester Porcelain Factory
    Worcester, England, active c. 1786–1851
    Pair of Bowls

    1814–15
    Porcelain
    2012.193-2012.194

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