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Attention: Seeking additional images and examples of ceramics produced by Enoch Wood & Sons with the impressed importer's backstamp of Peter Morton, a Hartford, Connecticut, importer of English earthenware. Two different types of backstamps are found on ceramics retailed by Morton during his time in Hartford, examples of which are illustrated below. The first reads, "Peter Morton Hartford," and the second, "Peter Morton Importer of Earthenware Connecticut." Please contact Dan Sousa at dsousa@historic-deer
Collecting children's plates with a specific molded and enameled floral design by Enoch Wood and Sons. Damaged is ok. The plates relate to an archaeological assemblage in the San Diego area I have been working on, and broadly date 1792-1840.
If anyone has the tea pot in this pattern, please post to the TCC Message Board responding to the December 4, 2022 post.
Dick and Judy Wagner are selling the bulk of their extensive Adams collection. Most of the collection appeared in their excellent book, Adams Ceramics. Here are six examples. Contact the Wagners directly for details and additional items for sale: firstname.lastname@example.org (541-756-1506).