Recovered Artifacts

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!

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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, including one with combed decoration at left.

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.