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Transfer-printed earthenware

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    Sugar Bowl

    Enoch Wood and Sons
    English, 1818-1846
    Sugar Bowl, ca. 1840
    Earthenware with transfer-print decoration and glaze
    Height: 14.6 cm (5 3/4 inches) (overall)
    Gift of the estate of Mrs. Gustav Radeke 31.532

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    Cup and Saucer

    Enoch Wood and Sons
    English, 1818-1846
    Cup and Saucer, ca. 1840
    Earthenware with transfer-print decoration and glaze
    Gift of the Estate of Mrs. Gustav Radeke 31.535

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    Cup

    Enoch Wood and Sons, manufacturer
    English, 1818-1846
    Cup, ca. 1840
    Earthenware with transfer-print decoration and glaze
    Gift of the estate of Mrs. Gustav Radeke 31.535B

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    Saucer

    Enoch Wood and Sons
    English, 1818-1846
    Saucer, ca. 1840
    Earthenware with transfer-print decoration and glaze
    Gift of the Estate of Mrs. Gustav Radeke 31.536A

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    Pitcher

    Attributed to Christopher Dresser, designer
    Scottish, 1834-1904
    Old Hall Earthenware Company, manufacturer
    English, ca. 1861-1886
    Pitcher, ca. 1881
    Earthenware with transfer-printed enamel
    22.9 x 16.5 x 10.8 cm (9 x 6 1/2 x 4 5/16 inches)
    Edgar J. Lownes Fund 1997.36

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    Cup

    Enoch Wood and Sons
    English, 1818-1846
    Cup, ca. 1840
    Earthenware with transfer-print decoration and glaze
    Gift of the estate of Mrs. Gustav Radeke 31.537B

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    Saucer

    Enoch Wood and Sons
    English, 1818-1846
    Saucer, ca. 1840
    Earthenware with transfer-print decoration and glaze
    Gift of the estate of Mrs. Gustav Radeke 31.535A