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Object Name Saucer
Catalog Number 2007.001.00016b
Date 1843-1859
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.
Dimensions D-5.75 inches
Owned Lewis Crenshaw
Made Samuel Alcock & Co., Burslem, England, Great Britain
Provenance 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.
People Crenshaw, Lewis Dabney