Fluted and Underglaze Painted Pearlware Teapot

(ca. 1795 - ca. 1815)

One mended pearlware hollowware vessel, likely a teapot, consisting of body and base sherds and attachments for a handle and spout with a partial rose still visible. The exterior surface is fluted and decorated with red/orange underglaze painted flowers with green leaves and brown stems as well as a more elaborate floral motif featuring blue and orange flowers. This is a possible example of pearlware design #43. Additional base, body, and rim fragments featuring this design are present. May be part of the same vessel as mended sherds 1108, 1108.101, and 1127 and mended rose sherds 542. The base diameter is approximately 9 cm.

7 Hanover Square

Manhattan, 7 Hanover Square

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