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How do I identify creamware?

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How do I identify creamware?
To identify creamware, first look for the signature creamy light yellow color. Then, turn the piece over and search for a maker's mark. You can research the marks using authoritative online sources to determine the manufacturer and whether or not they produced creamware. Shop a selection of expertly vetted creamware on 1stDibs.
1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
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English Creamware Sailor Plates
Located in New York, NY
English creamware sailor plates. Pair painted rare creamware plates or shallow soups with apricot
Category

Antique Early 19th Century English Dinner Plates

Materials

Creamware

English Creamware Whieldon-type Gray Tortoiseshell Plate
By Thomas Whieldon Pottery
Located in Downingtown, PA
English Creamware Whieldon-type Gray Tortoiseshell Plate, Circa 1765-75 The octagonal shaped plate
Category

Antique Mid-18th Century English Georgian Dinner Plates

Materials

Creamware, Pottery

Massive English Creamware Pottery Yellow & Botanical Basin, Shorthose & Heath
Located in Downingtown, PA
Massive English Creamware Pottery Yellow & Botanical Basin, John Shorthose, Shorthose & Heath
Category

Antique Early 19th Century English Georgian Pottery

Materials

Creamware, Pottery

English Creamware Covered Soup Tureen and Stand, Wedgwood, circa 1790
Located in New York, NY
English creamware covered soup tureen and stand, Wedgwood, circa 1790. Impressed Wedgwood.
Category

Antique 1790s English Centerpieces

English Creamware Large Teapot with Puce Flower Painted Decoration
Located in Downingtown, PA
English Creamware Large Teapot with Puce Flower Painted Decoration, circa 1770 The
Category

Antique 1770s English Georgian Pottery

Materials

Creamware, Pottery

English Creamware Openwork Fruit Baskets and Covers
By Leeds Pottery
Located in Downingtown, PA
English Creamware Openwork Fruit Baskets and Covers, Leeds Pottery, 1930s The oval openwork plain
Category

Early 20th Century English Georgian Decorative Baskets

Materials

Creamware, Pottery

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