Search Results:

<< Viewing Record 563 of 1194 >>
View : Light Box | List View | Image List | Detailed

Maker(s):Enoch Wood and Sons (attributed)
Title:flower pot
Date Made:1818-1846
Type:Household Accessory; Container
Materials:ceramic: refined earthenware (drabware and pearlware), lead glaze, pink luster, green glaze
Place Made:United Kingdom; Great Britain: England; Great Britain: Staffordshire; Great Britain: Stoke-on-Trent, Burslem
Measurements:overall: 5 x 5 5/8 in.
Accession Number:  HD 56.089A
Credit Line:Gift of John B. Morris, Jr.
Museum Collection:  Historic Deerfield

One of a pair of Staffordshire drabware flowerpots with undertrays; flowerpots have flaring sides with rolled edge, circular hole in the base, the undertrays are round dishes with curving, rolled rim, decorated on the sides with applied sprig molding, mold decoration in the form of alternating large enameled green leaves and pink enameled fox gloves, under the rim is a pearlware (undecorated) border of sprigged decoration of leaves and grapes, the undertrays have same sprigged decoration of leaves and grapes.

Link to share this object record:

Research on objects in the collections, including provenance, is ongoing and may be incomplete. If you have additional information or would like to learn more about a particular object, please email

<< Viewing Record 563 of 1194 >>