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Lana Branham
Lana Branham • 1 year ago

Mottahedeh Prosperity Dinnerware: George Washington had a deep affinity for stoneware and creamware and used it extensively at Mount Vernon. This new porcelain pattern Prosperity is based on salt glazed fragments found on Mount Vernon. Salt glazed stoneware predates creamware and was popular by 1765. The dot, diaper and basket design is intricate and reflects the attention to detail in Mottahedeh's reproduction of the original piece.

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