Agateware Pottery Photos

Agateware pottery combines colored clays to achieve the look of agates. It was mostly produced in England at the beginning of the 18th Century.

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Agateware teapot from Staffordshire, England at DAR Memorial Continental Hall Museum. Washington, DC.Staffordshire agate ware earthenware teapot & cream pitcher at RISD Museum. Providence, RI.Agateware chocolate pot, teapot & creamer from Staffordshire, England at Shelburne Museum. Shelburne, VT.Nautilus desert bowl by Josiah Wedgwood of Staffordshire, England at Shelburne Museum. Shelburne, VT.
Agateware teapot (1745-50) from Staffordshire, England at DAR Memorial Continental Hall Museum. Washington, DC.Staffordshire agate ware earthenware teapot & cream pitcher (c1760-70) at RISD Museum. Providence, RI.Agateware chocolate pot, teapot & creamer (c1740) from Staffordshire, England at Shelburne Museum. Shelburne, VT.Nautilus desert bowl (c1810-20) by Josiah Wedgwood of Staffordshire, England at Shelburne Museum. Shelburne, VT.

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