National Museum of American History, Ceramics and Glass Collections, Washington, DC Photos

The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History features a collection of ceramics and glass.

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Smithsonian National Museum of American History on National Mall. Washington, DC.Collection of Presidential China at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.USA Census pitcher made in England shows populations state by state at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.USA Militia pitcher made in England shows uniformed American officer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Smithsonian National Museum of American History (1980) on National Mall. Washington, DC. Architect: McKim Mead & White. Collection of Presidential China at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC. USA Census pitcher (c1790) made in England shows populations state by state (15states + 3 regional) at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.USA Militia pitcher (c1804) made in England shows uniformed American officer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Blue flow plate with seal of Pennsylvania by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Blue flow plate with seal of Delaware by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Blue flow plate with seal of Georgia by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Blue flow plate with seal of Virginia by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Blue flow plate (c1829) with seal of Pennsylvania by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Blue flow plate (c1829) with seal of Delaware by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Blue flow plate (c1829) with seal of Georgia by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Blue flow plate (c1829) with seal of Virginia by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Blue flow plate with seal of New Jersey by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Blue flow plate with seal of New York by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Fish & beehive stoneware water cooler by Moses Tyler & Co. of Albany, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Stoneware crock by David Roberts of Utica, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Blue flow plate (c1829) with seal of New Jersey by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Blue flow plate (c1829) with seal of New York by English potter Thomas Mayer at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Fish & beehive stoneware water cooler (1822) by Moses Tyler & Co. of Albany, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Stoneware crock (1829) by David Roberts of Utica, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Goddess stoneware water cooler by A. Drown of Troy, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Stoneware butter crock by John Burger of Rochester, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Sailing ship stoneware jar by Calvin Boynton of Troy, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Bird-design stoneware jug by Israel Seymour of Troy, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Goddess stoneware water cooler (1822) by A. Drown of Troy, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Stoneware butter crock (1850s) by John Burger of Rochester, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Sailing ship stoneware jar (1822) by Calvin Boynton of Troy, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Bird-design stoneware jug (1822) by Israel Seymour of Troy, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Pitcher decorated with scenes from Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin, at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Century vase by Union Porcelain Works, Greenpoint, NY showed scenes of American history at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Profile of George Washington on Century vase by Union Porcelain Works, Greenpoint, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Erie Canal commemorative pitcher at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Pitcher (c1853) decorated with scenes from Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin, at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Century vase (1876) by Union Porcelain Works, Greenpoint, NY showed scenes of American history at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Profile of George Washington on Century vase (1876) by Union Porcelain Works, Greenpoint, NY at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Erie Canal commemorative pitcher (1825) at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Erie Canal at Buffalo commemorative plate at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Erie Canal commemorative plate at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Erie Canal at Albany commemorative plate by Enoch Wood & Sons of Staffordshire, England at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Erie Canal at Rochester commemorative plate by Enoch Wood & Sons of Staffordshire, England at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Erie Canal at Buffalo commemorative plate (c1830) at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Erie Canal commemorative plate (c1830) at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Erie Canal at Albany commemorative plate (1820-40s) by Enoch Wood & Sons of Staffordshire, England at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Erie Canal at Rochester commemorative plate (1820-40s) by Enoch Wood & Sons of Staffordshire, England at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Oyster plates for serving most shippable of seafoods to feed inland America at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.New England blown glass in American History Museum. Washington, DC.New England vases in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Claret jug in American History Museum. Washington, DC.
Oyster plates for serving most shippable of seafoods to feed inland America (1870-1920s) at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC."Lily-pad" blown glass from New England (c1820-60) in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Glass vases from New England (mid 19th c) in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Claret jug from T.G. Hawkes & Co, Corning, NY (1916-7) in American History Museum. Washington, DC.

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