|In the United States, American and English pottery of about 1800-50 with patterns either spattered or sponged on.|
The technique has a wider incidence in pottery history, however, occurring, for instance, in Staffordshire, England, about 1750. About 1800-20 spatterware was made at the Wedgwood factory in England, sometimes specifically for sale in the United States, where it was also made.
Stick spatter or spatterware cup plate.
It has a red fern pattern. Plate measures approx. 5" diameter
Stangl sponge or spatter ware mold
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