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Platter in "Maple" pattern
late 19th century
Maker: Minton (English, 1793-2001)
Country: UK; England
Saucer in "British America" pattern with scene "Navy Island from the Canada Side"
c. 1845-1855
Maker: Made by Podmore, Walker & Co. (English, 1834-1859), scene after William Henry Bartlett (English, 1809-1854)
Country: UK; England
Platter
c. 1856-1865
Maker: Edward Walley (English, active c. 1845-1865)
Country: UK; England
Tureen stand in the "Arctic Scenery" pattern
c. 1835-1845
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: UK; England
Platter in "Maple" pattern
late 19th century
Maker: Minton (English, 1793-2001)
Country: UK; England
Platter
c. 1856-1865
Maker: Edward Walley (English, active c. 1845-1865)
Country: UK; England
High comport in "Muskoka" pattern with scene "Pool Below the South Falls"
c. 1880-1885
Maker: John Aynsley & Sons (1864-present)
Country: UK; England
Soup tureen
c. 1767
Maker: Robert Cruickshank (1743-1809, active in England 1759-1772 and Canada 1773-1807)
Country: UK; England
Platter
c. 1770
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: UK; England
Platter
c. 1856-1865
Maker: Edward Walley (English, active c. 1845-1865)
Country: UK; England
Soup tureen
c. 1767
Maker: Robert Cruickshank (1743-1809, active in England 1759-1772 and Canada 1773-1807)
Country: UK; England
Salver presented to Captain Benjamin Bell of the Hudson’s Bay Company ship 'Emerald'
1766-1777
Maker: Ebenezer Coker (English, active c. 1728-1783)
Country: UK; England
High comport in "Muskoka" pattern with scene "South Falls Lower Chute"
c. 1880-1885
Maker: John Aynsley & Sons (1864-present)
Country: UK; England
Dish
c. 1856-1865
Maker: Edward Walley (English, active c. 1845-1865)
Country: UK; England
Tea service cream jug
c. 1820
Maker: Unidentified English maker; Retailed by James Smillie (1782-1841), active in Canada 1819-1841
Country: UK; England
Mustard Pot
c. 1800-1810
Maker: Unknown maker
Country: UK; England
Platter in "Boston Mails" pattern, with view "Ladies Cabin"
1841-1842
Maker: James & Thomas Edwards (English, active c. 1839-1842)
Country: UK; England
Serving dish with squirrel and nut pattern
c. 1875
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: UK; England
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