Visual display of the Dish

Dish

  • 1790-1832
  • Attributed to the Dennis potteries. The front of this dish is coated with a reddish-orange engobe and decorated with purple-black and white slip. For other work by members of the Dennis family, see Hal Pugh and Eleanor Minnock-Pugh, “The Quaker Ceramic Tradition in Piedmont North Carolina,” in Ceramics in America, edited by Robert Hunter and Luke Beckerdite (Lebanon, N.H.: University Press of New England, 2010), pp. 66-105; and Hal Pugh and Eleanor Minnock-Pugh, “The Dennis Family Potters of New Salem, North Carolina,” in Ceramics in America, edited by Robert Hunter and Luke Beckerdite (Lebanon, N.H.: University Press of New England, 2010), pp. 140-67; and Hal Pugh and Eleanor Minnock-Pugh, “The ‘Hannah’ Dish,” in Ceramics in America, edited by Robert Hunter and Luke Beckerdite (Lebanon, N.H.: University Press of New England, 2010), pp. 229-30.

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Attributed name
Dennis potteries
Date
1790-1832
Description of Original
Lead-glazed earthenware
Location of Original
Old Salem Museums & Gardens
For Staff
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