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  1. English
    Teapot

    c. 1750–1760
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.17.A,.B
  2. English
    Sauceboat

    c. 1750
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.18
  3. English
    Teapot

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.1.A,.B
  4. English
    Cream Jug

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.2.A,.B
  5. English
    Sugar Bowl and Lid

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.3.A,.B
  6. English
    Waste Bowl

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.4
  7. English
    Cup

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.5.1
  8. English
    Saucer

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.5.2
  9. English
    Cup

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.6.1
  10. English
    Saucer

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.6.2
  11. English
    Cup

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.7.1
  12. English
    Saucer

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.7.2
  13. English
    Cup

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.8.1
  14. English
    Saucer

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.8.2
  15. English
    Cup

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.9.1
  16. English
    Saucer

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (black ware) with gilding
    B.56.19.9.2
  17. English
    Coffeepot (part of a tea and coffee service)

    c. 1765–1780
    Lead-glazed earthenware (creamware)
    B.56.20.1.A,.B
  18. English
    Cream Pot or Creamer (part of a tea and coffee service)

    c. 1765–1780
    Lead-glazed earthenware (creamware)
    B.56.20.3
  19. English
    Waste Bowl (part of a tea and coffee service)

    c. 1765–1780
    Lead-glazed earthenware (creamware)
    B.56.20.4
  20. English
    Teapot (part of a tea and coffee service)

    c. 1765–1780
    Lead-glazed earthenware (creamware)
    B.56.20.5.A,.B
  21. Possibly Ralph Wood, Jr.
    English, 1748–1795
    Hind and Stag

    c. 1790
    Lead-glazed earthenware (pearlware) with colored glazes
    B.56.21.1,.2
  22. English
    Plate

    c. 1756–1763
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.22
  23. English
    Teapot

    c. 1765–1780
    Lead-glazed earthenware (creamware)
    B.56.23.A,.B
  24. English
    Toby Jug

    c. 1780–1790
    Lead-glazed earthenware (pearlware) with overglaze enamel
    B.56.24.1
  25. English
    Toby Jug

    c. 1780–1790
    Lead-glazed earthenware (pearlware) with overglaze enamel
    B.56.24.2
  26. English
    Dish

    c. 1750–1770
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.26
  27. English
    Plate

    c. 1755–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (tortoiseshell ware)
    B.56.27
  28. English
    Plate

    c. 1755–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware
    B.56.28
  29. English
    Sweetmeat Tray

    c. 1760–1770
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.30.1
  30. English
    Sweetmeat Tray

    c. 1760–1770
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.30.2
  31. English
    Dish

    c. 1755–1770
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.32.2
  32. English
    Punch Bowl

    c. 1750–1760
    Tin-glazed earthenware (delftware)
    B.56.36
  33. English
    Plate

    c. 1755–1770
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.38
  34. English
    Soup Plate

    c. 1755–1770
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.39
  35. English
    Plate (one of a pair)

    c. 1760–1780
    Lead-glazed earthenware (tortoiseshell ware)
    B.56.40.1
  36. English
    Plate (one of a pair)

    c. 1760–1780
    Lead-glazed earthenware (tortoiseshell ware)
    B.56.40.2
  37. English
    Plate

    c. 1740
    Tin-glazed earthenware (delftware)
    B.56.41.1
  38. English
    Plate

    c. 1740
    Tin-glazed earthenware (delftware)
    B.56.41.2
  39. English
    Plate (one of a pair)

    c. 1755–1765
    Tin-glazed earthenware (delftware)
    B.56.42.1
  40. English
    Plate (one of a pair)

    c. 1755–1765
    Tin-glazed earthenware (delftware)
    B.56.42.2
  41. English
    Plate

    c. 1755–1770
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.43.1
  42. English
    Plate

    c. 1755–1770
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.43.2
  43. English
    Plate

    c. 1756–1763
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.44
  44. English
    Dish

    c. 1755–1770
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.45
  45. English
    Crewelwork Curtain with Matching Valance

    18th century
    Cotton and wool
    B.56.51.1.A-.C
  46. English
    Crewelwork Curtain with Matching Valance

    18th century
    Cotton and wool
    B.56.51.2.A-.C
  47. English
    Crewelwork Curtain

    18th century
    Cotton and wool
    B.56.51.4
  48. English
    Dish

    c. 1755–1770
    Salt-glazed stoneware
    B.56.56
  49. Worcester Porcelain Manufactory
    English, established 1751
    Chestnut Basket

    c. 1770–1785
    Soft-paste porcelain
    B.56.59.1.A,.B
  50. Worcester Porcelain Manufactory
    English, established 1751
    Tray

    c. 1770–1785
    Soft-paste porcelain
    B.56.59.2

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