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Classifications: Ceramics

Classifications: Ceramics
37 to 72 of 2,710
Coffeepot
German, Fürstenberg
ca. 1760
76.107
Heart Teapot:  Within/Without
Richard Notkin
1989
89.186
Vase
Carlton Ball
ca. 1960-1968
82.177
Stoneware vase
Paul Soldner
1966
82.178
Vase
Robert Sperry
1961
82.180
Platter
Patrick Horsley
1980
80.32
Container
Patrick Horsley
1980
80.33
Plate
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1725-30
69.203
Tankard with thumb-ball lid
Meissen manufactory, German
1726-28
69.204
Tripod dish
Mexican
1507-19
53.109
Small tureen in the form of a rabbit
English, Chelsea
1753-58
76.225
Hexagonal tea caddy (originally called Canister)
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1715-20
69.183
Plate
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1741-42
69.185
Large plate
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1740
55.104
Sugar bowl
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1735-40
69.188
Two-handled covered bowl
English, Chelsea
1753-58
76.231
Platter
German, Höchst
ca. 1755-60
55.105
Teapot
English, Chelsea
ca. 1752
76.232
Tea bowl and saucer
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1720s
76.258
Archaic bottle
Mexican
500-400 B.C.
54.127
Tripod vase
Panamanian
54.129
Tankard with cover
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1720
69.170
Sauce boat
English, Chelsea
ca. 1750-53
76.212
Tureen
Austrian, Du Paquier
ca. 1725-30
69.171
Reticulated cup
Austrian, Du Paquier
ca. 1730
69.172
Cup
Austrian, Du Paquier
ca. 1730
69.174
Bust of Duke of Cumberland
English, Chelsea
ca. 1750-53
76.217
Plate
English, Chelsea
ca. 1756-58
76.219
Hexagonal tea caddy (originally called Canister)
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1710-13
69.177
Hexagonal tea caddy (originally called Canister)
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1710-13
69.178
Teapot
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1715-20
69.196
Cup
Meissen manufactory, German
ca. 1720
69.197
Cup and double-handled saucer
Meissen manufactory, German
ca, 1726
69.198

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