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Works of: English, Worcester

Works of: English, Worcester
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Two-handled cup and saucer
English, Worcester
ca. 1770-72
94.103.159
Butter tub
English, Worcester
ca. 1770
94.103.131
Teapot
English, Worcester
ca. 1753-54
94.103.5
Tea bowl
English, Worcester
ca. 1752
94.103.7
Mug
English, Worcester
ca. 1762
94.103.184
The Gardener's Wife
English, Worcester
ca. 1770-75
69.168
Two handled sauce boat
English, Worcester
ca. 1755-58
94.103.42
Cup
English, Worcester
ca. 1756-58
94.103.45
Mug
English, Worcester
ca. 1756-58
94.103.46
Vase
English, Worcester
ca. 1760
76.181
Bowl
English, Worcester
ca. 1776
76.187
Tankard
English, Worcester
ca. 1760-62
76.188
Basket
English, Worcester
ca. 1770
55.89
Waste bowl
English, Worcester
ca. 1754
76.189
Cup
English, Worcester
ca. 1754
55.90
Salt container
English, Worcester
ca. 1765
94.103.68.1
Tea Caddy (originally called Canister)
English, Worcester
ca. 1770
55.115
Coffee can
English, Worcester
ca. 1754
76.140
Coffee can
English, Worcester
ca. 1754
76.141
Plate
English, Worcester
ca. 1765
76.142
Teapot
English, Worcester
ca. 1765
76.144
Spoon tray
English, Worcester
ca. 1770
76.147
Two-handled dish
English, Worcester
ca. 1765-70
76.153
Basket
English, Worcester
ca. 1768-72
76.154
Teapot
English, Worcester
ca. 1770
76.156
Mug
English, Worcester
ca. 1770
76.157
Oval dish
English, Worcester
ca. 1765-70
76.160
Plate
English, Worcester
ca. 1765
76.161
Plate
English, Worcester
ca. 1765
76.162
Plate
English, Worcester
ca. 1765-70
76.164
Sugar bowl
English, Worcester
ca. 1765
76.165
Dish
English, Worcester
ca. 1765-70
76.167
Spoon tray
English, Worcester
ca. 1756-58
76.170
Waste bowl
English, Worcester
ca. 1768
76.178
Teapot
English, Worcester
ca. 1765-68
94.103.100
Plate
English, Worcester
ca. 1768-72
94.103.101
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