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Creamer
Russel Wright
(American, Lebanon, Ohio 1904–1976 New York)
Date: ca. 1963
Medium: Porcelain
Accession Number: 1976.67.62
Cream jug
Herend
Date: 19th century
Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 43.133.2
Cream pitcher
Dalzell, Gilmore and Leighton
(1885–1898)
Date: 1886–90
Medium: Blown-molded Onyx glass
Accession Number: 1984.218.7
Creamer
Jacob Frederic Granander
(master 1802–31)
Date: early 19th century
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 23.67.15
Cream jug
Date: ca. 1760
Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 51.86.368
Cream jug
Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Date: ca. 1745
Medium: Soft-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 64.101.410
Cream Jug
Probably designed by Daniel Greatbatch
(active 1838–ca. 1861)
Date: 1852–58
Medium: Mottled brown earthenware
Accession Number: 14.11.2
Cream Pitcher
Date: ca. 1825
Medium: Earthenware, gaudy dutch
Accession Number: 34.100.106
Creamer (part of a service)
Date: 1790–1800
Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 51.86.110
Cream jug
Date: ca. 1765–70
Medium: Soft-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 64.142.87
Cream jug (part of a service)
Worcester
Date: ca. 1765–75
Medium: Soft-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 39.140.68
Cream jug
Samuel Meriton
(British, active from 1739)
Date: 1754–55
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 33.120.28
"Town & Country"
Eva Zeisel
(American, Budapest 1906–2011 New City, New York)
Date: 1947
Medium: Glazed earthenware
Accession Number: 2001.745.2
Cream jug
Possibly by Ridgway
Date: 18th–19th century
Medium: Blue printed ware
Accession Number: 98.1.70
Creamboat
Date: ca. 1753
Medium: Soft-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 64.142.106
Cream Pitcher
Manufactured by Willets Manufacturing Company
(1879–1908)
Date: ca. 1901
Medium: Porcelain
Accession Number: 2000.605.3
Cream jug
Date: early 19th century
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 12.124.25
Cream jug
William Townsend
Date: ca. 1735
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 11.135.6
Creamer (part of a set)
Josiah Wedgwood and Sons
(1759–present)
Date: 19th century
Medium: Basalt ware
Accession Number: 42.70.3
Creamer (part of a service)
Date: 1750–70
Medium: Hard-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 51.86.302
Cream jug
A. V., London
Date: 1738–39
Medium: Silver
Accession Number: 33.120.42
Cream jug
Date: ca. 1750
Medium: Soft-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 06.330
Cream jug
Date: ca. 1765
Medium: Soft-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 64.142.82
Cream jug
Date: ca. 1755
Medium: Salt-glazed stoneware
Accession Number: 34.165.100
Cream pitcher
Probably New England Glass Company
(1818–1888)
Date: 1827–35
Medium: Pressed glass
Accession Number: 1986.538.2
"Museum"
Eva Zeisel
(American, Budapest 1906–2011 New City, New York)
Date: 1946
Medium: Porcelain
Accession Number: 1991.180.17
Cream Pitcher
Date: ca. 1784
Medium: Porcelain
Accession Number: 48.172.7
Continental
Walter von Nessen
(American (born Germany), Berlin 1899–1943 Wiscasset, Maine)
Date: 1934
Medium: Chrome-plated copper, composition
Accession Number: 2002.585.6
Cream Jug
Date: 1780–1820
Medium: Blown pattern-molded lead blue glass
Accession Number: 13.179.32
Cream jug with cover (part of a service)
Worcester
Date: ca. 1765–70
Medium: Soft-paste porcelain
Accession Number: 39.140.44a, b
Creamer
Russel Wright
(American, Lebanon, Ohio 1904–1976 New York)
Date: ca. 1963
Accession Number: 1976.67.62
Cream jug
Herend
Date: 19th century
Accession Number: 43.133.2
Cream pitcher
Dalzell, Gilmore and Leighton
(1885–1898)
Date: 1886–90
Accession Number: 1984.218.7
Creamer
Jacob Frederic Granander
(master 1802–31)
Date: early 19th century
Accession Number: 23.67.15
Cream jug
Date: ca. 1760
Accession Number: 51.86.368
Cream jug
Chelsea Porcelain Manufactory
Date: ca. 1745
Accession Number: 64.101.410
Cream Jug
Probably designed by Daniel Greatbatch
(active 1838–ca. 1861)
Date: 1852–58
Accession Number: 14.11.2
Cream Pitcher
Date: ca. 1825
Accession Number: 34.100.106
Creamer (part of a service)
Date: 1790–1800
Accession Number: 51.86.110
Cream jug
Date: ca. 1765–70
Accession Number: 64.142.87
Cream jug (part of a service)
Worcester
Date: ca. 1765–75
Accession Number: 39.140.68
Cream jug
Samuel Meriton
(British, active from 1739)
Date: 1754–55
Accession Number: 33.120.28
"Town & Country"
Eva Zeisel
(American, Budapest 1906–2011 New City, New York)
Date: 1947
Accession Number: 2001.745.2
Cream jug
Possibly by Ridgway
Date: 18th–19th century
Accession Number: 98.1.70
Creamboat
Date: ca. 1753
Accession Number: 64.142.106
Cream Pitcher
Manufactured by Willets Manufacturing Company
(1879–1908)
Date: ca. 1901
Accession Number: 2000.605.3
Cream jug
Date: early 19th century
Accession Number: 12.124.25
Cream jug
William Townsend
Date: ca. 1735
Accession Number: 11.135.6
Creamer (part of a set)
Josiah Wedgwood and Sons
(1759–present)
Date: 19th century
Accession Number: 42.70.3
Creamer (part of a service)
Date: 1750–70
Accession Number: 51.86.302
Cream jug
A. V., London
Date: 1738–39
Accession Number: 33.120.42
Cream jug
Date: ca. 1750
Accession Number: 06.330
Cream jug
Date: ca. 1765
Accession Number: 64.142.82
Cream jug
Date: ca. 1755
Accession Number: 34.165.100
Cream pitcher
Probably New England Glass Company
(1818–1888)
Date: 1827–35
Accession Number: 1986.538.2
"Museum"
Eva Zeisel
(American, Budapest 1906–2011 New City, New York)
Date: 1946
Accession Number: 1991.180.17
Cream Pitcher
Date: ca. 1784
Accession Number: 48.172.7
Continental
Walter von Nessen
(American (born Germany), Berlin 1899–1943 Wiscasset, Maine)
Date: 1934
Accession Number: 2002.585.6
Cream Jug
Date: 1780–1820
Accession Number: 13.179.32
Cream jug with cover (part of a service)
Worcester
Date: ca. 1765–70
Accession Number: 39.140.44a, b

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