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Creamware Pitcher

2008.37 (RS30915)

Description

Creamware pitcher with Bowman and Patterson family coat of arms painted on each side, beneath the spout is the Massachusetts coat of arms.

Details

Maker
Probably Herculaneum (Manufacturer)
Date
1796-1800
Inscriptions
Front: "ENSE, PETIT PLACIDAM SUB LIBERTATE QUIETEM. / THE GIFT OF / SAMUEL PATTERSON." Right side: "THE ARMS OF BOWMAN" Left side: "THE ARMS OF PATTERSON" (Painted)
Location of origin
Liverpool, England
Associated Building
Used At Bowman-Carney House (Dresden, Me.).
Material
creamware
paint (coating)
Object type
Food Service T&E
Descriptive terms
creamware
paint (coating)
Pitcher
pitchers (vessels)
People and organizations
Bowman, Jonathan, 1735-1804
Patterson, Samuel, Mr.
Dimensions
9 7/8 x 7 x 10 1/2 (HxWxD) (inches)
Accession Number
2008.37
Credit Line
Museum Purchase
GUSN
103648
Related Items
Notes The mate to this pitcher is owned by the Winterthur Museum.

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