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These plate and saucer fragments were recovered from a Chautauqua County farmstead during a 1995 salvage project by Kansas Historical Society archeologists. The transferware patterns on the dishes were deliberately blurred, a hallmark of flow blue patterns. The dinner plate on the left is decorated with a Lancaster pattern manufactured by the New Wharf Pottery Company of Burslem, England (1878 - 1894). The saucer on the right is decorated with the Sydney pattern manufactured by Wood and Son of Burslem, England (1865 - 2005).

Date: 1895-1950

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Item Number: 474657
Call Number: 14CT368-1 & 14CT368-13-3
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 474657

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