1812 History
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Commodore MacDonough's Victory, Teapot 
Object    ...Transferware Teapot Blue and White portraying a scene from the War of 1812 in which commodore MacDonough is victorious.His most notable achievement occurred during the War of 1812. As commander of American naval forces in Lake Champlain he won the decisive Battle of Lake Champlain, also known...
Battle of Lake Erie Plate 
Object    On the back of the plate it says: Commodore Perry Leaving the Lawrence, Sept 10th 1815 "We Have met the Enemy and they are ours." Staffordshire England (Makers Mark)
Major General Brown, Niagara. Plate
 
Object    Major General Zac Brown was in charge of the crew of the Niagara during the Battle of Lake Erie.
The Hornet Sinking the Peacock, The Hornet Blockadng the Bonne [Ciuenne). Milk or Cream jug 
Object    A yellow, blue and copper milk or cream jug with naval battle scenery on either side.
Commodore MacDonough Victory, Plate 
ObjectComments:    Enoch Wood & Sons Makers Mark
Porcelain Saucer- c. 1800 
Object  c. 1800,   ...This porcelain saucer measures 14.6cm. It is also hand painted with a blue, red and green floral pattern on a white background. This is the kind of domestic item that would have been used during the 1812 period....
China Plate- 1809-15 
Object    ...This china plate features a blue and white romantic Oriental landscape as well as floral and geometric patterns. This design was used by Spode in ceramic service. This plate dates from 1809-1815, so it provides a view into domestic life at the time of the War of 1812....
Empire Design Sugar Bowl- 1815 
Object  1815,   ... us with an understanding of the domestic life of individuals during the War of 1812....
Porcelain Sauceboat- c.1800 
Object  c. 1800,   ...This china sauceboat has a blue and white Oriental design and decorative border. It is octagonal in shape and the handle is on the lid. It also has an indentation for a serving spoon. This item would be an example of the type of china used during the War of 1812....
China Sugar Bowl- 1805-1825 
Object    ...This china sugar bowl features a neo-classical Davenport design. The bowl is decorated with a blue and white floral pattern and a blue wreath encircling border. The bowl is rectangular with rounded corners. The lid is missing, but the bowl still provides insight into 1812 domestic life....
China Bowl- c. 1800 
Object  c. 1800,   ...This shallow china bowl is decorated with a floral pattern and border. The design is possibly "Ridgeway". There is an "R" inside a circle with rays radiating outward printed on the bowl. The bowl dates from the early 1800s, giving an idea of domestic life around the time of the War of 1812....
Coalport Blue and Gold Porcelain Plate- c. 1800-1810 
Object    ... 1800-1810 which means it can provide insight into the domestic life of individuals during the War of 1812....
Davenport Willow Pattern Platter- c. 1800 
Object  c. 1800,   This platter has a Davenport Willow pattern of blue and white. It is oval and features an Oriental scene. The Davenport logo (an anchor) is incised into the glaze of the platter.
Porcelain Saucer- c. 1810 
Object  c. 1810,   This is a white bone porcelain saucer, circa 1810, that has a hand painted ring of pink flowers, blue trim and a green and orange pattern around the edge. Marks on the item include "New Hall 1901".
Porcelain Teapot- c. 1815 
Object  c. 1815,   ... in 1812....
Coalport Blue and Gold Porcelain Cup and Saucers- c. 1800-1810 
Object    .... This bowl is dated circa 1800-1810 which means it can provide insight into the domestic life of individuals during the War of 1812....
Coalport Blue and Gold Porcelain Cream Pitcher- c. 1800-1810 
Object    ... life of individuals during the War of 1812....
Coalport Blue and Gold Porcelain Sugar Bowl- c. 1800-1810 
Object    ...This is a porcelain sugar bowl created by British artist John Rose Coalport (1772-1841), with blue and gold trim. This bowl is dated circa 1800-1810 which means it can provide information on the domestic life of individuals during the War of 1812....
Dinner Plate- 1796-1801 
Object    This china plate has a red, green and gold floral pattern with a pearl patterned border design. The plate also has a white glaze and is possibly a modern copy. This plate is part of the Mrs.E.J. Thompson collection and is dated 1796-1801.
China Bowl- C. 1810 
Object  c. 1810,   This china bowl, circa 1810, is believed to have belonged to Mrs. Lawrence of Lawrenceville, currently Virgil, Ontario. The oval design is a ginger bowl with a blue willow pattern with a two sided willow slip transfer. Unfortunately, the lid is missing.
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