Tag Archives: 18th century ceramics

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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Party like it’s 1776: A Look at Eighteenth-Century Ceramics

With the 4th of July approaching, you are probably busy planning picnics, cookouts, and parties to celebrate the nation’s 235th birthday.  One thing these events all have in common is food.  Nowadays, disposable and reusable plates and plastic storage containers are common at … Continue reading

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