Visual display of the Stove tiles

Stove tiles

  • 1760-1800
  • Attributed to the Bethabara or Salem potteries. These press-molded tiles are coated with a white engobe and decorated with purple-brown and green slip in a pattern probably intended to resemble marble. The molds for these tiles are in the collection of Old Salem Museums & Gardens. For more on press-molded tiles and complete stoves, see John Bivins, Jr., The Moravian Potters in North Carolina (University of North Carolina Press for Old Salem, Inc., 1972), pp. 175-88.

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Attributed name
Salem pottery
Attributed name
Bethabara pottery
Date
1760-1800
Description of Original
Lead-glazed earthenware, H. 8 5/8 in
Location of Original
Old Salem Museums & Gardens
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