Nail. Rusted. Recovered from Myers Residence Soil borings 4256-21 Phase 1B Collection 1812 City of Albany, Albany County, NYS Storage box 1 of 1 bags 1-13 [Bag 13-7]
Fragments of a blue transfer printed underglaze refined earthenware.
Fragments of a brown transfer printed underglaze, refined earthenware/ creamware/ hollowware
Fragments of the rim of a blue decorated pearlware, refined earthenware
Fragments of an undecorated refined earthenware/ pearlware
Colorless glass was difficult to produce because it required the use of impurity free materials. England starting making colorless glass in the 18th century through the use of pure quartz…
Fragment of a pearlware/ refined earthenware; dipped/annular; blue colour
Fragment of the rim of a refined earthenware/ underglaze whiteware, with blue transfer printed design
Fragments of the body of a underglaze pearlware/earthenware with intricate print/ design in blue.
Fragments of the body of a black-glazed redware/ earthenware.