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Big and Bright: New Ceramics at Historic Deerfield

A recent addition to Historic Deerfield’s English ceramics collection aptly illustrates that ceramics were not confined solely to tableware or decorative forms in the 18th and 19th centuries, but could be utilized for a variety of purposes.
Recent Posts By Daniel Sousa, Decorative Arts Trust Curatorial Intern    Fig. 1: English yellow-glazed earthenware jug, c. 1790. HD 2017.5.18, Gift of Doris and Stanley Tananbaum… http://historic-deerfield.org/blog/big-and-bright-new-ceramics-historic-deerfield/