Monthly Archives: June 2012

Scratch-Blue at Petersburg: Redefining Creamware on American Archeological Sites

Hopefully you caught our last post, Are You Sure That’s Not White Salt-Glazed Stoneware?, in which we highlighted a few scratch-blue creamware sherds from Petersburg National Battlefield.  Despite our many years of experience working with archeological artifacts from all over … Continue reading

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Are You Sure That’s Not White Salt-Glazed Stoneware?

About a month ago, I started to write a blog post titled “Puzzling Over Puzzle Pieces” which would discuss the research we were doing on a few sherds of creamware with an unusual “scratch-blue” decoration (to learn more about eighteenth-century ceramics, check out our previous post Party … Continue reading

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