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JULIA SMITH,
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Julia is not currently making any custom orders.

The following series of mugs, plates and pitchers is part of a service for 60 which was custom made for the George Ranch Historic Park Museum in 1998 for use in their fundraising dinners. All pieces are reproductions of early 18th through early 19th century examples and are made of  redware with a variety of glazes and decorative techniques. 

Museums may inquire separately on pricing for special orders. Additional time may be necessary to complete larger orders. 

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Descriptions of the pieces

Item. No.
MUGS
FR01
Early 19th century with inscribed bands and manganese sponged decoration over clear glaze. 3" tall.
FR02
Mid 18th  century with inscribed bands and black glaze. 4" tall.
FR03
Late 18th century with clear glaze. 4" tall.
FR04
Mid 18th - early 19th century with dark brown glaze. 4" tall.
FR05
Late 18th century manganese sponged decoration over clear glaze. 4" tall.
 
PLATES
All plates are slump molded with a clear glaze. 10" diameter. 
FR06
American, early 19th century. White slip trailed bird over redware.
FR07
English, late 18th century. White slip over surface with dark brown slip trailed flower on top.
FR08
English, late 18th to early 19th century. Black slip over surface with white slip trailed design on top.
 
FR09
English, early to mid 18th century. White slip applied over entire surface and "combed" while still wet.
FR10
American, early 19th century. Manganese sponged and copper decoration over redware.
FR11
English, late 18th to early 19th century. Black slip over surface with white slip trailed design on top.
FR12
American 18th  through mid 19th century. Generic plain molded dish.

PITCHERS
FR13
American 18th through early 19th century. Plain large pitcher. 12" tall.
FR14
American, early 19th century. Black glaze. 10" tall
FR15
American, late 18th through early 19th century. Manganese sponged and copper decorated. 12" tall.
FR16
Late 17 th through early 19th century. English or American. Generic black glazed pitcher.