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    1700S TRIGGER GUARD, Some great dish to match...

    My buddy got the trigger guard , pot, watch and copper. I got all the early dish...… He got me on this trip but wait until next time. Here is a video clip of me recovering relics in 24 ft to 33 ft of water. Name:  ZZZ WALT (1).JPG
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    Last edited by calabash digger; Nov 08, 2019 at 04:26 PM.

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    the dish appears to be early 1800 - 1830 era English type scallpped edged -- the pot looks like Germanic style
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    thanks, I thought it was 1700s my bad..
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    Jas 1:22 But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves.

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    Can we get better pics of the pottery? I can date it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeythecat View Post
    Can we get better pics of the pottery? I can date it.
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    Jas 1:22 But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves.

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    Here's some pre-emptive pictures. Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	1769344 This is mid 18th century creamware made in Staffordshire, England.

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ID:	1769345 This is called Whieldon pottery, made ca 1755-1770's. Both the creamware piece and this are very light weight. From what I can see from your pics you may have a piece of this.

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ID:	1769346 The is German Westerwald pottery. It is still being made and has been made for several hundred years. Get us close ups and I can probably date it to within 50 years.

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ID:	1769350 This is 18th century slipware. I think you got a good chunk of it from your previous post.

    GREAT stuff.

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    Okay, that appears to be "feather edged" creamware with a Whieldon type glaze. I'd date it 1770-1790. Cool stuff for sure. When I was in the archaeology club we used to ooh and aah over a tiny fragment of it.

    I can't quite tell but the white piece is probably ca 1790 pearlware. It also could be a little earlier. The earlier stuff was lighter weight than the later stuff.

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    Awesome finds
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    Great dive and recoveries. Congrats!
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    Thanks!

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    Nice!!! Congrats!!!
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    Love the triggerguard. Is that pot complete?
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    The Westerwald piece (blue and grey) CHAMBER POT! CONGRATS! is 1750's to 1800. Now you got a place to GO!

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    Congrats on the very nice relics!
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