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Samuel Jackson
1854–55
Mary Davis
1826
George Lightner
ca. 1806–15
American
1790–1810
John Erwin
1816
Samuel Kirk and Son
1846
Samuel Kirk
ca. 1837–46
Brown and Turner families
begun 1846
Chesapeake Pottery
ca. 1885
William Esperance Boucher, Jr.
ca. 1845
Charles Louis Boehme
1800–1810
Samuel Campmell
1814–18
Bertha Terrell Udell
ca. 1919
Baltimore Glass Works
ca. 1846
American
1825–60
Hugh Finlay
1800–1810
Thomas Warner
ca. 1805
E. & W. Bennett Pottery
1847–57
Samuel Kilbourn
1814–39
Samuel Kirk
ca. 1837–46
American
1785–95
Chesapeake Pottery
1885
Chesapeake Pottery
ca. 1883–85
American
ca. 1820
E. & W. Bennett Pottery
ca. 1853
William Minifie
1852
Furst Bros. & Co.
1898–9
American
1790–1800
William Esperance Boucher, Jr.
ca. 1840
Chesapeake Pottery
1880–85
American
1790–95
American
ca. 1810
American
ca. 1800
American
ca. 1810
Duer, John & Sons
1877
James Priestman
ca. 1885–86
American
ca. 1810
H. S. Brewington & Co.
[after 1886]
Samuel Kirk and Son
ca. 1850
American
ca. 1800