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Creamware with patriotic American prints

Creamware made in Staffordshire or Liverpool,  decorated with printed designs created for the American market and made ab0ut 1800-1820.  These were the earliest English ceramics made  specifically to appeal to the American consumer and were the forerunners of the dark blue printed American theme prints.

All images from the S. Robert Teitelman Collection at Winterthur. Courtesy Winterthur Museum

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