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- n. creamware
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Creamware, queensware, and pearlware were used for table service.
We're still unsure how to interpret this area, but we did find several ceramic sherds -- whiteware, pearlware, and brown stoneware -- which could mean people lived in the building.
They found creamware, pearlware, window glass, and a lot of rubble.
Hemings and other enslaved African Americans living on Mulberry Row had access to the fashionable pearlware and porcelain ceramic plates that were replacing pewter ones at this time throughout Virginia.
Staffordshire creamers were made of salt-glazed stoneware, creamware, pearlware and bone china.
There was a bonny archtop bracket clock in mahogany I would have found room for under my jacket if I’d been the only visitor (only kidding) and a pearlware Wedgwood jug with that priceless yellowish tinge they couldn’t get rid of until they discovered that a little touch of cobalt made all the difference.