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Dessert plate in "Lake" pattern with scene "Church at Pointe-Lévis"
1845-1855
Maker: Made by Francis Morley & Co. (English, active 1845-1858), scene after William Henry Bartlett (English, 1809-1854)
Country: UK; England
Gravy boat in "Maple" pattern
c. 1885-1890
Maker: Thomas Furnival & Sons (English, 1871-1890)
Country: UK; England
Dinner plate in "Maple" pattern
c. 1885-1890
Maker: Thomas Furnival & Sons (English, 1871-1890)
Country: UK; England
Soup plate in "Maple" pattern
c. 1885-1890
Maker: Thomas Furnival & Sons (English, 1871-1890)
Country: UK; England
Plate with scene of "Fall of Montmorenci near Quebec"
1830 - 1840
Maker: Enoch Wood & Sons (English, 1818-1846)
Country: UK; England
Plate in "Maple" pattern
late 19th century
Maker: Minton (English, 1793-2001)
Country: UK; England
Plate in "Maple" pattern
late 19th century
Maker: Minton (English, 1793-2001)
Country: UK; England
Plate in "British America" pattern with "Scene on the St. Lawrence"
c. 1845-1855
Maker: Made by Podmore, Walker & Co. (English, 1834 - 1859), scene after William Henry Bartlett (English, 1809-1854).
Country: UK; England
Low comport in "Muskoka" pattern with scene "Bridge at the South Falls"
c. 1880-1885
Maker: John Aynsley & Sons (1864-present)
Country: UK; England
Basting Spoon
c. 1875-1900
Maker: H.B. & H. (unidentified)
Country: UK; England
Chop plate, Dinner Service of Daniel Fowler
c. 1807
Maker: Royal Porcelain Works, Worcester, Barr, Flight & Barr period (c.1807-1813)
Country: UK; England
Plate in "Boston Mails" pattern with view "Ladies Cabin"
1841-1850
Maker: James & Thomas Edwards (active 1829-1842) and James Edwards (active 1842-1851)
Country: UK; England
Comport in "British America" pattern with scene  "Fredericton, New Brunswick"
c. 1845-1855
Maker: Made by Podmore, Walker & Co. (English, 1834-1859), scene after William Henry Bartlett (English, 1809-1854)
Country: UK; England
Plate
c. 1840
Maker: John Ridgway (active c. 1830-1841)
Country: UK; England
Salt dish in "Lake" pattern, with "Scene on the St. Lawrence"
1845 - 1862
Maker: Made by Francis Morley & Co. (English, active 1845-1858), or Morley & Ashworth (active 1859-1862). Scene after William Henry Bartlett (English, 1809-1854).
Country: UK; England
Platter in "British America" pattern with scene "Quebec from the opposite shore of the St. Laurence [sic]"
c. 1845-1855
Maker: Made by Podmore, Walker & Co. (English, 1834 - 1859), scene after William Henry Bartlett (English, 1809-1854).
Country: UK; England
Butter pat in "Ontario Lake Scenery" pattern
c. 1850
Maker: Joseph Heath (English, active 1845-1853)
Country: UK; England
Soup plate, Dinner Service of Daniel Fowler
c. 1807
Maker: Royal Porcelain Works, Worcester, Barr, Flight & Barr period (c.1807-1813)
Country: UK; England
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