Three creamware sherds. One sherd is from a small cup and includes a rim and the lip of a base. The sherd is glazed white, but is darker grey on half of the exterior, likely from heating.
The largest sherd is the base of a larger vessel and is constructed from many smaller sherds that have been glued together. It is also marked with the letter 'A' on the base. The glaze is white on the interior and exterior of the sherd.
The third sherd is a rim sherd that has been constructed from two smaller sherdst that have been glued together. It is also marked with the letter 'B' and the number 7749 written in blue marker. The glaze is white on the interior and exterior of the sherd.
|Site Name||Lucy Foster Site|
|Excavated by||Bullen, Adelaide|
|Adopted By||Elizabeth Parker Powell 3|
|Place||United States | MA | Essex | Andover|