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    • Ceramic pipe

    • Ceramic pipe

    • Pipes (Smoking); Tobacco pipes

    • This well-worn ceramic pipe was used to smoke tobacco. Its stem is missing. Ceramic pipes were made of materials such as clay, earthenware, stoneware and porcelain.
    • Ceramic pitcher and wash bowl

    • Ceramic pitcher and wash bowl

    • Pitchers; Bowls (Tableware)

    • The white ceramic pitcher is decorated with a white, orange, and yellow floral design, and has gold edging around the top and on the handle. The white bowl has an embossed pattern on the rim. Until the mid 1800's indoor plumbing was not common, so...
    • Souvenir plate

    • Souvenir plate

    • Tableware; Souvenirs

    • This blue and white glazed ceramic plate is decorated with a floral edging. It depicts historic sites in Nacogdoches, Texas, including the Old Nacogdoches University, Adolphus Sterne House, Old Stone Fort, Thomas J. Rusk Monument, Peter Ellis...
    • Dinner plate

    • Dinner plate

    • Tableware

    • This white ceramic plate is patterned with blue and gold leaves and dark vines, with a green line at its rim. The back of the plate contains discoloration and a crack.
    • Beaded necklace

    • Beaded necklace

    • Beads; Necklaces; Jewelry

    • One hundred fifty three small ceramic beads strung on thread make up this bracelet found near San Augustine, Texas. Twenty four of the rounded beads are white or ivory, while the remainder are varying shades of blue.

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