As evidenced by this cruet set, the majority of 18th-century earthenware objects were for eating and drinking. New ceramic forms were created for the preparation and service of an expanding variety of foods throughout this period.
Place object was created: Samadet
earthenware, tin glaze
Measurements: height: 6.0 inches width: 8.0 inches depth: 4.875 inchesBequest of Constance S. Leggett D1978.94.261A-C
Currently on view at Mint Museum RANDOLPH