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  1. Worcester Porcelain Manufactory
    English, established 1751
    Jug

    c. 1762
    Soft-paste porcelain
    2018.457
  2. Meissen Porcelain Manufactory
    Meissen, Germany, established 1710
    Model of a Crayfish Fighting a Frog

    c. 1794
    Biscuit porcelain
    2017.439
  3. Josiah Wedgwood & Sons
    English, founded 1759
    The Birth of Bacchus

    after 1787
    Stoneware (Jasperware)
    2015.280
  4. Worcester Porcelain Manufactory (Flight, Barr & Barr Period)
    English, active 1813–1840
    Pair of Bird Plaques

    early 19th century
    Porcelain
    2015.199.1,.2
  5. Worcester Porcelain Manufactory
    English, established 1751
    Pair of Plates

    c. 1808
    Porcelain
    2015.198.1,.2
  6. Manufactured by Worcester Porcelain Manufactory (Flight, Barr & Barr Period)
    English, active 1813–1840
    Pair of Covered Tureens

    early 19th century
    Porcelain
    2015.197.1,.2
  7. Designed by John Moyr Smith
    English, 1839–1912
    Tile

    c. 1870
    Earthenware
    2013.353
  8. Manufactured by J. & W. Wade & Co., Flaxman Tile Works
    English, 1891–1938
    Tile

    c. 1900
    Ceramic
    2013.351
  9. Manufactured by Minton's Pottery and Porcelain Factory, (Minton, Hollins and Co.)
    English, 1845–1862
    Tile

    c. 1900
    Earthenware
    2013.350
  10. Manufactured by Minton's Pottery and Porcelain Factory, (Minton, Hollins and Co.)
    English, 1845–1862
    Tile

    1875–1910
    Earthenware
    2013.348
  11. John Moyr Smith
    English, 1839–1912
    Tile

    c. 1870
    Earthenware
    2013.347
  12. Manufactured by Minton's Pottery and Porcelain Factoy (Minton's China Works)
    English, 1868–1918
    Tile

    1868–1900
    Earthenware
    2013.346
  13. Attributed to Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin
    English, 1812–1852
    Tile

    c. 1850
    Earthenware
    2013.345
  14. Manufactured by The Royal Doulton Company
    English, founded 1815
    Plate

    c. 1910
    Ceramic
    2013.342
  15. Manufactured by Chamberlain's Worcester Porcelain Factory
    Worcester, England, active c. 1786–1851
    Pair of Bowls

    1814–15
    Porcelain
    2012.193-2012.194
  16. William Frend De Morgan
    English, 1839–1917
    "Peacocks" Charger

    c. 1880
    Earthenware with luster glaze
    2011.1026
  17. Worcester Porcelain Manufactory (Barr, Flight & Barr Period)
    English, active 1804 - 1813
    Two Plates

    1804–13
    Soft-paste porcelain
    2010.1704-2010.1705
  18. 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
  19. John Bennett
    English, 1840–1907, active United States
    "White Dogwood" Vase

    1882
    Earthenware
    2009.6
  20. Manufactured by Worcester Porcelain Manufactory
    English, established 1751
    Fork

    18th century
    Soft-paste porcelain and metal
    2008.496
  21. Manufactured by Worcester Porcelain Manufactory
    English, established 1751
    Fork

    18th century
    Soft-paste porcelain and metal
    2008.494
  22. Spode Pottery and Porcelain Factory
    English, founded 1776
    Dish

    no date
    Porcelain
    2008.493
  23. Manufactured by Minton's Pottery and Porcelain Factory
    English, 1793–1990s
    Plate

    c. 1870
    Porcelain
    2008.492
  24. Manufactured by Minton's Pottery and Porcelain Factory
    English, 1793–1990s
    Plate

    c. 1870
    Porcelain
    2008.491
  25. Manufactured by Michael Minoprio Ltd., Derby
    Set of Fourteen Dinner Plates

    c. 1960s
    Porcelain
    2008.490.1-.14
  26. English
    Cameo of Nelson

    early 19th century
    Watercolor on ivory with sulfide on top, in wood frame
    2008.487
  27. English
    Teacup

    no date
    Porcelain
    2008.486
  28. Manufactured by Worcester Porcelain Manufactory
    English, established 1751
    Urn

    c.1889
    Porcelain
    2008.482.A,.B
  29. Manufactured by Worcester Porcelain Manufactory
    English, established 1751
    Vase

    19th century
    Porcelain
    2008.481
  30. Dr. Christopher Dresser
    Scottish, 1834–1904
    Vase

    c. 1880
    Earthenware
    2007.1864
  31. Manufactured by Chamberlain's Worcester Porcelain Factory
    Worcester, England, active c. 1786–1851
    Dessert Plate

    c. 1810–1820
    Soft-paste porcelain
    2000.728
  32. Vik Muniz
    Brazilian, born 1961
    "Medusa" Plate

    1999
    Porcelain
    2000.62
  33. English
    Porringer

    c. 1685–1695
    Tin-glazed earthenware (delftware)
    B.2019.1
  34. English
    Wine Bottle

    1642
    Tin-glazed earthenware (delftware)
    B.2018.64
  35. English
    Sauceboat

    c. 1750–1760
    White salt-glazed stoneware with cobalt (Littler’s blue)
    B.2018.6
  36. English
    Teapot

    c. 1750–1765
    Lead-glazed earthenware (agate ware)
    B.2017.17.A,.B
  37. English
    Dish with Portrait of William III (r. 1689–1702)

    c. 1689–1702
    Tin-glazed earthenware (delftware)
    B.2017.12
  38. Chamberlain and Company
    Worcester, England, 1840–1852
    Card Tray

    c. 1840–1850
    Soft-paste porcelain with enamel and gilding
    B.2017.9
  39. English
    Teapot

    c. 1745–1750
    Lead-glazed earthenware (agate ware)
    B.2016.5.A,.B
  40. English
    Dish

    c. 1665–1695
    Tin-glazed earthenware (delftware)
    B.2016.3
  41. English
    Elijah P. Lovejoy (1802–1837) Commemorative Dinner Plate

    after 1837
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.2016.2.2
  42. English
    Elijah P. Lovejoy (1802–1837) Commemorative Side Plate

    after 1837
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.2016.2.1
  43. Mortlake Pottery, Richmond upon Thames, London
    English, active 1745–1823
    Plate

    1805
    Tin-glazed earthenware (delftware)
    B.2015.18
  44. Possibly James Beech
    English, 1770–1854
    Barber's Basin

    c. 1837–1856
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.2014.4
  45. Ralph Wood, Jr.
    English, 1748–1795
    Bust of George Washington

    c. 1782–1795
    Lead-glazed earthenware (pearlware) with overglaze enamel
    B.2013.26
  46. Enoch Wood & Sons
    English, active 1818–1846
    Plate

    c. 1818–1846
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print and enamel
    B.2013.25
  47. English
    Teapot

    c. 1805–1815
    Lead-glazed earthenware (pearlware) with tinned iron
    B.2013.24.A,.B
  48. English
    Teapot

    c. 1830–1840
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.2013.23.A,.B
  49. Enoch Wood & Sons
    English, active 1818–1846
    Plate

    c. 1831–1846
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.2013.20
  50. William Adams & Sons
    English, 1779–1966
    Dessert Plate

    c. 1834–1850
    Lead-glazed earthenware with transfer print
    B.2013.19

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