Examples of Artifacts

Artifacts from ca. 1850 privy pit after initial washing.

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Nineteenth century English pottery from 810 Royal.

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Glazed earthenwares (left), mocha creamware (top right), and majolica  (lower right) from eighteenth century components.

Lead baling seal.

Etched glass tableware.

1722 ‘Colonies Francoise’ copper coin.

Blue hand-painted Chinese porcelain with brown exterior.

Pottery from French Colonial component, incl. polychrome, blue hand-painted, & undecorated French faience, Saintonge style green-glazed earthenware, red-filmed hand-built pottery, & shell-tempered pottery

Overglaze hand-painted Chinese porcelain, from mid-18th century component.

Artifacts from early part of the Spanish colonial era (ca. 1770s), including shell-tempered Native American pottery, creamware, faience brune, and majolica.

Olive wine bottle from 1790s cess pit.

Blue transfer-printed and blue hand-painted pearlware, from 1790s component.

Ca. 1790s cess pit artifacts, including shell-edged pearlware, tin-glazed pottery, creamware plate and bowl, blue hand-painted pearlware, mocha pearlware, and overglaze hand-painted creamware.

English ‘Liverpool creamware’ with patriotic transfer-print celebrating American Revolution, made for export back to American markets, ca. 1790.

English black-printed creamware, apparently the “Gretna Green, or the Red Hot Marriage” pattern. Thanks to Helen Bouzon for figuring it out!

Early English blue transfer-printed pearlware bowl, ca. 1795-1810, recovered from test at rear of 810 Royal property.

Examples of shell-tempered Native American pottery recovered from 810 Royal shovel tests.

Examples of eighteenth century pottery types recovered from 810 Royal, including (clockwise from upper left): mottled lead-glazed earthenware, English creamware with mocha decoration, Spanish majolica, and French Saintonge-glazed earthenware.

Examples of nineteenth century English pearlware and whiteware recovered from 810 Royal, including transfer-printed, shell-edged, and annular varieties.