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American
1869–80
Wistarburgh Glassworks
1738–ca. 1777
United States Pottery Company
1849–58
Robert Crosman
1735
German Painter
ca. 1573–82
Thomas Tucker
1828–38
American
ca. 1850
Samuel Jackson
1854–55
John Bell
1845–55
Master of the Martyrdom of St. Sebastian
probably mid-17th century
John Hewlett
1740–60
Sarah Furman Warner Williams
ca. 1803
American
1800–1830
American
1700–1900
American
1800–1830
probably American
1700–1900
American
1800–1830
American
1800–1830
American
1800–1830
Antonio Rossellino
ca. 1470
John Targee
ca. 1815
Albert R. Valentien
ca. 1881
Chelsea Keramic Art Works
1876–80
Chelsea Keramic Art Works
1876–80
Grueby Faience Company
1894–1911
Grueby Faience Company
1894–1911
Grueby Faience Company
1894–1911
Hugh C. Robertson
1800–1900
Duncan Phyfe
ca. 1800
Herter Brothers
ca. 1875
William Rush
1809–11
American
1800–1900
Anonymous, 16th century
ca. 1575–95
American
1770–1800
Rookwood Pottery Company
1892
Anishinaabe, probably Ottawa, Native American
ca. 1800
Eastern Plains, probably Meskwaki, Native American
ca. 1860
Woodward and Blakely Company
1848–57
New England Glass Company
1850–60
New England Glass Company
1827–35