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John Paul Jones

Creamware teabowl with painted decoration

Period:
18th Century
Description:

This crockery came from the home of John Paul Jones (1747-1792) at 19 Rue de Tournon, Paris, where he lived in relative obscurity for the final years of his life.

 

Creamware was an inexpensive earthenware pottery for everyday use.

Materials/Media:
ceramic, pottery, earthenware
Dimensions:
diameter (base) 55mm, height (max) 70mm, diameter (rim) 104mm
Source:
Dumfries Museum & Camera Obscura
Accession number:
DUMFM:0205.20
Digital Number:
DMCC004a; DMCC004b
Copyright:
Dumfries & Galloway Council


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