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Blacksmith's Arms and Peace Plenty and Independence Pitcher Owned by Edward Nason
1800-1820
Maker not marked
England: Liverpool
Transfer-printed earthenware
overall: 9 1/4 in.; 23.495 cm
Special Acquisitions Fund
85.36.2

Creamware Pitcher; transfer-printed design of "The Blacksmith's Arms"; shield, armor and, in banner, "By Hammer and Hand all Arts do Stand"; printed under spout "Edward Nason"; design on side of eagle on cannon, figures of Prosperity and "Peace Plenty and Independence."


Edward Nason (1756-1847) of Arundel, Maine; soldier in the Revolution; blacksmith



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