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Stoneware jar

Stoneware jar

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David Morgan worked for New York City potter John Crolius Jr., beginning in 1795. In 1798 he temporarily took over Thomas H. Commeraw’s kiln on Cherry Street near Corlear’s Hook in Manhattan. The mark “CORLEARS HOOK” can be found on many of the well-formed jars, jugs and pitchers attributed to Morgan.
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Object Name
date made
Morgan, David
place made
United States: New York, Manhattan Island
Physical Description
ceramic, stoneware, coarse (overall material)
overall: 28.8 cm x 19 cm; 11 11/32 in x 7 15/32 in
ID Number
accession number
catalog number
Credit Line
John Paul Remensnyder
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Cultural and Community Life: Ceramics and Glass
Industry & Manufacturing
Domestic Furnishings
New York Stoneware
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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