|Description||Saucer: one of 12 Staffordshire stoneware saucers with white center and design in center. The rim in navy blue with gold and white flowers around it. There is a gold trim around rim edge of plate. All have "9827" on the back of the saucers. 2007.1.7i- yellowed and a darker blue then the rest of the saucers.|
|Made||Samuel Alcock & Co., Burslem, England, Great Britain|
Owned by Lewis Crenshaw. Believed used by him in the 1850s in the home that would become known as the White House of the Confederacy; and that he took these with him when he moved out in 1861.
The china pattern was registered by Samuel Alcock and Co. on June 14, 1843.
Crenshaw, Lewis Dabney