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My grandmother had passed away the winter before I was married, and had a collection of delft. I used a vase just like the one on the left for a memorial arrangement that I put near the guestbook (just the "guest" pages from or Hallmark wedding album. I didn't buy a second guestbook).
1674 English Delftware cup at the Museum of London, London - From the curators' comments: "From the 1660s to 1790s there were 18 delftware potteries along the banks of the Thames turning out over 1,000 tons per year of tin-glazed earthenware items for London households, taverns and coffee-houses. But delftware was not very durable and was eventually ousted by the new, technically superior Staffordshire creamwares and English porcelains."