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Potters and Pottery of Eastern Pennsylvan1a
Potters and Pottery of New England and New York
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American pottery Antiques art ware Bell Bennett Bennington Berks County body bowls Brooklyn Museum Bros brown glaze brownware buff burned China clay collector color cream crocks Crolius Daniel designs early East Liverpool England examples known factory Fenton Flint Enamel flower-pots George green hard-paste porcelain Hemphill hound-handled pitcher inscribed James jars Jersey City John jugs kiln Knittle later lead glaze Majolica manufacture mark is name Middle West Montgomery County moulds moved mugs Museum of Art Muskingum County N. Y. stoneware name and address name impressed North Carolina Norton Number Ohio ornaments Parian Penna Philadelphia pieces pitcher plain redware porcelain printed probably redware production redware and stoneware Remney Rockingham Rockingham brownware sgraffito sgraffito and plain slip-decorated and plain slipware South Amboy Staffordshire stencilled in blue stoneware Strasburg succeeded tableware Thomas Trenton Tucker Tuscarawas County unglazed vases Virginia Vodrey white earthenware White Granite whiteware William yellow-ware yellow-ware and Rockingham York