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Urn, c.1782 (porcelain) Featured Ceramics: British Image

Urn, c.1782 (porcelain)

3084389 Urn, c.1782 (porcelain) by English School, (18th century); 24.1x14.7x11 cm; The Geffrye Museum of the Home, London, UK; (add.info.: Urn made from porcelain with a white ground, painted in gold and blue with a coloured central compartment of Maria, a lady seated at a tree with a dog by her side, part of a garniture de cheminA©e manufactured by Derby Porcelain Works c.1782.); A© Geffrye Museum ; English, out of copyright

© Geffrye Museum / Bridgeman Images

Teapot Stamp Act Repeal'd, Cockhill Pit Factory Featured Ceramics: British Image

Teapot Stamp Act Repeal'd, Cockhill Pit Factory

940967 Teapot Stamp Act Repeal'd, Cockhill Pit Factory, 1766 (lead-glazed earthenware) by English School, (18th century); height: 13.2 cm; Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, USA; (add.info.: Teapots such as this were made for sale to the American market soon after the 1766 repeal of the hated Stamp Act, passed by the British Parliament on March 22, 1765. The Stamp Act required American colonists to pay a tax on all printed materials--from documents to playing cards.
The reverse of this teapot reads America, Liberty Restored'. ); A© Peabody Essex Museum ; English, out of copyright

© Peabody Essex Museum / Bridgeman Images

Vase, Burmantofts Pottery, c.1890-99 (ceramic) Featured Ceramics: British Image

Vase, Burmantofts Pottery, c.1890-99 (ceramic)

2652189 Vase, Burmantofts Pottery, c.1890-99 (ceramic) by English School, (19th century); height: 17.5 cm; Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery) U.K.; (add.info.: Burmantofts Pottery was the common trading name of a manufacturer of ceramic pipes and construction materials, named after the Burmantofts district of Leeds, England, United Kingdom.
In 1879, after a period of expansion, the firm made decorative bricks and tiles in orange or buff-coloured architectural terracotta, glazed bricks, and glazed terracotta (faience).); A© Leeds Museums and Galleries ; English, out of copyright

© Leeds Museums and Galleries / Bridgeman Images