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  1. Manufactured by Chamberlain's Worcester Porcelain Factory
    Worcester, England, active c. 1786–1851
    Pair of Plates

    c. 1800–1810
    Soft-paste porcelain
    2010.1470-2010.1471
  2. Manufactured by Chamberlain's Worcester Porcelain Factory
    Worcester, England, active c. 1786–1851
    Dessert Plate

    c. 1810–1820
    Soft-paste porcelain
    2000.728
  3. Chamberlain's Worcester Porcelain Factory
    Worcester, England, active c. 1786–1851
    Plate

    1814–1815
    Porcelain
    97.578
  4. Chamberlain's Worcester Porcelain Factory
    Worcester, England, active c. 1786–1851
    Dinner Plate

    c. 1816
    Soft-paste porcelain
    96.1687
  5. Chamberlain's Worcester Porcelain Factory
    Worcester, England, active c. 1786–1851
    Assembled Service

    c. 1830–1851
    Soft-paste porcelain
    94.875;97.1584
  6. Chamberlain's Worcester Porcelain Factory
    Worcester, England, active c. 1786–1851
    Rabbit

    c. 1810
    Soft-paste porcelain
    84.700
  7. Manufactured by Chamberlain's Worcester Porcelain Factory
    Worcester, England, active c. 1786–1851
    Twelve Plates

    c. 1811–1833
    Porcelain
    76.235.1-.12
  8. Possibly Coalport Porcelain Manufactory
    English, 1795–1926
    Compote

    c. 1840–1850
    Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilding
    B.2002.3
  9. Possibly Coalport Porcelain Manufactory
    English, 1795–1926
    Dinner Plate

    c. 1840–1850
    Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilding
    B.89.17.5
  10. Possibly Coalport Porcelain Manufactory
    English, 1795–1926
    Dinner Plate

    c. 1840–1850
    Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilding
    B.89.17.4
  11. Possibly Coalport Porcelain Manufactory
    English, 1795–1926
    Dinner Plate

    c. 1840–1850
    Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilding
    B.89.17.3
  12. Possibly Coalport Porcelain Manufactory
    English, 1795–1926
    Dinner Plate

    c. 1840–1850
    Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilding
    B.89.17.2
  13. Possibly Coalport Porcelain Manufactory
    English, 1795–1926
    Dinner Plate

    c. 1840–1850
    Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilding
    B.89.17.1
  14. Probably Coalport Porcelain Manufactory
    English, 1795–1926
    27-piece Dessert Service

    c. 1820–1840
    Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilding
    B.72.85.1-.27
  15. Dale Hall Pottery
    English
    Soup Tureen

    c. 1853
    Lead-glazed earthenware
    B.94.13.A,.B
  16. Robert Dawson
    American, born 1953
    In Perspective Willow 1

    1996
    Hard-paste porcelain
    2007.814
  17. Possibly Thomas Dimmock & Co.
    English, active 1828–1859
    Plate

    c. 1836–1859
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.96.23
  18. James and Thomas Edwards
    English, active c. 1839–1842
    Teacup and Saucer

    c. 1841–1842
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.2013.17.1,.2
  19. Manufactured by J. & W. Wade & Co., Flaxman Tile Works
    English, 1891–1938
    Tile

    c. 1900
    Ceramic
    2013.351
  20. Ralph Hall
    English, active c. 1822–1849
    Teapot

    c. 1847–1849
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.2013.18.A,.B
  21. Charles Heathcote & Co.
    English, 1818–1824
    Soup Bowl (one of a pair)

    c. 1820–1821
    Lead-glazed earthenware (pearlware) with overglaze enamel
    B.69.213.2
  22. Charles Heathcote & Co.
    English, 1818–1824
    Soup Bowl (one of a pair)

    c. 1820–1821
    Lead-glazed earthenware (pearlware) with overglaze enamel
    B.69.213.1
  23. Henshall, Williamson & Co.
    English, 1800–c. 1831
    Dinner Plate

    c. 1824–1825
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.63.62
  24. Job and John Jackson
    English, 1831–c. 1848
    Plate

    1831–c.1843
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.2012.42
  25. John Rogers & Son
    English, c. 1815–1841
    Mug

    c. 1815–1841
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.63.68
  26. John Rogers & Son
    English, c. 1815–1841
    Platter

    c. 1820
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.63.67
  27. John Rogers & Son
    English, c. 1815–1841
    Soup Bowl

    c. 1830
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.63.66
  28. Josiah Wedgwood & Sons
    English, founded 1759
    Wine Ewer "Sacred to Bacchus"

    c. 1820–1850
    Stoneware (black basaltes)
    B.67.3
  29. Josiah Wedgwood & Sons
    English, founded 1759
    Water Ewer "Sacred to Bacchus"

    c. 1820–1850
    Stoneware (black basaltes)
    B.67.2
  30. Manufactured by Anthony & Enoch Keeling
    English, active c.1795–1808
    Partial Tea Service

    c. 1805
    Porcelain
    94.928.1-.19

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