Accession No.: C 66.6
Object: Dinner Service
Maker/Artist: Probably Wedgwood
Room: Butler’s Pantry
Description: Wedgwood creamware part dinner service in “lag-and-feather” pattern, decorated in sepia and gold. Dinner service consists of one sauce boat and cover with artichoke finial, four 10-inch dinner plates, and three graduated oval platters.
Place of Origin: England
Date: c. 1800
Materials: Creamware
Provenance: Permanent loan, Dyckman Farm House, NYC Dept of Parks.
Condition: The large oval platter (under tureen) has open crack, fragile, move with caution. [JP 8/27/07] The small oval platter has discoloration to old repairs to breaks at one end and deep scratches in the top surface.
Notes: Three plates are displayed in the Butler’s Pantry. Two oval platters are also in the Butler’s Pantry. One large oval platter is in the Butler’s Pantry under the tureen. The covered dish and one dinner plate are located in the States Brewer Room.
Credit Line: On Loan from Department of Parks, City of New York

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