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Commemorative Plate

1920.220 (RS204889)

Description

A blue transfer printed whiteware commemorative plate. A central design depicts the Sabba-Day building bordered by an inner scroll and floral motif and an outer bar and bead design.

Details

Maker
Minton (Maker)
Date
1903-1905
Inscriptions
""To Commemorate/ the 250th Anniversary/ of the Incorporation of/ the Town May 29 1905"/ Richard Briggs & Co. Boston/ Made in England/ Sabba-Day House/ Billerica, Massachusetts/ built in 1768/ By John Baldwin John Patten & Others Proprietors/ For the Purpose of Convening Their/ Families on Sundays"
(printed)
Location of origin
Stoke-on-Trent, England, Staffordshire; Stoke, England, Staffordshire
Associated Building
Subject Sabba-Day House.
Material
earthenware
glazing (coating)
transfer printing
whiteware
Object type
Documentary Artifacts; Memorabilia
Descriptive terms
Acanthus
Colonial Revival
Commemorative
commemoratives
Earthenware
earthenware
glazing (coating)
Historic House
House
Plate, Commemorative
plates (dishes)
Scroll
scrolls (motifs)
Shell
Tin Glazed
Town Scene
Transfer Printed
transfer printing
whiteware
People and organizations
Sabba-Day House
Dimensions
1 (D), 10 (diameter) (inches)
Accession Number
1920.220
GUSN
7274

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