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Date Made:19th Century
Type:Food Service
Materials:ceramic: lead glazed earthenware with white glaze and yellow-tan glaze
Place Made:Continental Europe
Accession Number:  HD 2014.4.190
Credit Line:William T. Brandon Collection of American Redware and Ceramics
Museum Collection:  Historic Deerfield

Thrown pottery pipkin or drink warmer, circular container with spout and top edge is stepped to hold a lid which does not survive, a handle is attached on the side, handle is formed like a top of a bottle with a rounded lip, decorated in a yellowish glaze on the exterior and a white glaze on the interior. Attached to the underside of the pot is a paper label with red borders, written in ink is “Bot. Phila. Dec/1914. (Osborne)/ Attributed/ N. J. Product.” And in red paint, “198” in a circle. Formerly part of the Burton N. Gates Collection. Original Gates notecard reads, " Handled & covered casserole Stoneware with yellowish brown glaze. Green cast./ 4" x 5" base. Turned handle./ Bot Osborn, Dec. 1914., Phil. pronounced a New Jersey product."

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