|Object Name||Vessel, Cup|
One ceramic pearlware cup. Blue and white transferprinted design. Likely manufactured between 1795-1830.
The cup is composed of many sherds that have been adhered together with an adhesive. Two additional fragments are in a bag that is stored with the cup. These fragments mend together, as well as to the vesselized cup. These two fragments also appear to be burnt.
1/25/2018 - This pearlware cup exhibits a rim motif containing flowers and leaves. On the interior bottom of the cup is an image of a bridge leading to grass. The design on the outside of the cup features a river running toward a bridge, as well as two human figures walking toward a village or the ruins of a village. Mountains can be seen in the background of the landscape.
|Site Name||Lucy Foster Site|
|Excavated by||Bullen, Adelaide|
|Adopted By||Heather and John Lucas 3|
|Place||United States | MA | Essex | Andover|