Creamware Bowl Base/Body/Rim Sherd

(1762 - 1820)

Small straight-sided bowl with flared rim. Form is similar to a pan with a slightly flared rim. Wedge foot protrudes out and is in line with the curve of the exterior body. There is heavy wear on the footring. Incised line around the exterior rim. Sherds are heavily burnt and privy stained. Consists of three mended sherds, three sherds that mends but are not glued, and one sherd that does not mend but is most likely from the same vessel .

7 Hanover Square

Manhattan, 7 Hanover Square

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