Brick chip obtained in a dig at the Myers Residence in 2011.
Small corroded pipe or tube found in a dig at the Myers Residence in 2011.
This small ceramic fragment could have been from a clay vessel such as a jug or earthenware container. It is from a 2011 dig at the Myers Residence.
This small glass fragment looks as though it might come from drinking glass. The glass itself is thin and delicate. It was from a 2011 dig at the Myers Residence.
A glass bottle fragment found in a dig at the Myers Residence in 2011
This is a metal hinge from a cabinet, or storage box. It was found in a 2011 dig in connection with the Myers Residence.
This appears to be a fragment of a clay pipe from a 2011 dig at the Myers Residence.
Reddish/pink glass fragment from 2011 dig at the Myers Residence site.
These glass fragments were dug from a 2011 dig at the Myers Residence.
Some small glass fragments from a 2011 dig at the Myers Residence.
Reddish asphalt tile fragments from a 2011 dig at the Myers Residence.
Fragments of glass from a 2011 dig at the Myers Residence.
This appears to be two bone fragments from a 2011 dig at the Myers Residence.
This is an unidentified object of plate fragment. It is identified as having been from a 2011 dig at the Myers Residence.
This is a small fragment of a plate with blue edging from a 2011 dig. The tag lists it as coming from the Myers Residence property.
John Doulton blue-transfer print plate war: By Irini Beshello and Za-kiyyah Dominique In 1885, John Doulton produced world-class wares, which attracted many international clientele. His innovative creations of porcelain pottery…
Rim of blue-transfer print plate: By Shakira Campbell and Kassondra Gordon Blue transfer print began it England in 1756. It became very popular in the 19th century and is still…
General Information about Glazes: Underglaze: A color or decoration is applied to the ceramic vessel before it is glazed. Because the glaze covers the decoration or color, the decoration is…
Earthenware pieces: General description which includes: Black glaze red ware/earthenware; Underglaze earthenware-base; Overglaze earthenware fragment: The majority of redware/earthenware pieces were plain, without designs, because they were not seen regularly…
General decryption of pearlware (objects include): Rim of blue decorated plateware; Pearlware fragments; Fragment of a pearlware-blue; Fragments of pearlware; Underglaze pearlware; Plate rim fragment- green: Pearlware was produced in…
Pictured is a Norton Pottery jug. Captain John Norton created Norton Pottery in 1785 in Bennington, VT. Common pieces include: pots, chamber pots, milk pans, jugs, pudding pots, and mugs.…
Bag: 1008 Item: 16 Comb, rubber, post 1860s The comb is made of a natural rubber, which is a “plastic” polymer. This material can be shaped, formed, as well as…
Bag 1008, Item 28 Wright nail. Iron alloy. Complete. Clenched. Late 18th-to early 19th century This iron alloy nail is made with very low carbon and is, therefore, easily welded. …
Complete gray colored gunflint. Flint (a hard grey rock) is resistant to weathering, which explains why it is still intact. Flint has served many different purposes, including use as tools…
Fragments of flat unidentified hardware made of iron alloy.
Fragment of colorless glass bottle, lipping-tooled with prescription finish Lip, also known as an applied finish, refers to glass bottles whose finish was created or “applied” in a separate process.…
Fragment of the body of a underglaze pearlware/refined earthenware with hand painted with black petal design.
Fragment of a base of a underglaze white hollowware with refined transfer printed in black.
This is a fragment of the rim of a white overglaze earthenware.
Fragments of faunal bones that belong to a large mammal
These are fragments of a glass bottle base.
An iron strap hinge. Weight: 675.9 grams
Fragment of a faunal bone of a mammal with sawn cut marks.
Unidentified ring- shaped fragment that could be a part of an iron cabinet door pull handle knob. Weight: 10.4 grams
This is a fragment of door/window hinge made of iron alloy Weight: 130.4 grams
Unidentified hardware which most probably is a threaded door or a window knob handle made of iron alloy. Weight: 132.6 grams
This is a sanitary valve made of porcelain
This fragment is a decorative scalloped rim of a Victorian lamp burner. It is made from copper and weighs 5.8 grams.
This is a ring shaped metal/iron hardware fragment.
Unidentified hardware that weighs 64.2 grams.
Unidentified hardware with prongs. This might have been part of a wall fixture . Eg: a wall mount rack.
An iron hinge that was a part to a door or a window. Weight: 315 grams
This is a part of a copper valve that was used in molded decorations in kitchens, dinning and living rooms. Weight: 27.7 grams