Ceramic Tablewares  The Chadbourne family had many fine ceramics, imported from throughout Europe. Click thumbnails to see larger images.
Persian Blue delftware. An English imitation of a French imitation of Chinese porcelain. Portugese majolica plate. This tin-enameled ware was very similar to the delftwares of the Netherlands and England.
Polychrome English delftware, in imitation of Chinese export porcelain. Note the Chinese figures. Another Portugese majolica plate.
This English delftware was a very fancy lobed plate.  North Devon sgraffitto plates, probably made in Barnstable or Bideford, Devon. 
Left: a plate, possibly from Montelupo, Italy
Right: English delftware cup
Combed-yellow slipware cups, probably made in Staffordshire, or Bristol England.
English delftware cups, with stippled manganese decoration German stonewares 
Left: Westerwald jug and mug fragments 
Right: Bartmann or "bearded man" bottle.
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