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Plaque

c1840 This earthenware card tray is decorated with a lustred frame and is printed with a portrait of Wesley. It is inscribed: THE BEST OF ALL/ GOD IS WITH US/ THE REV.D JOHN WESLEY A.M./ FOUNDER OF THE/ Wesleyan Methodist Society/ Established 1739. The tray is

Jug

c1800 This creamware jug is printed in black with: 1) a profile portrait of Wesley flanked by HOPE and CHARITY and verse: JEHOVAH reigns let Saints let Men adore, and; 2) a framed verse: O may I still from sin depart... The jug is part of the Religion theme in

Teapot

c1780 This creamware teapot is printed with a portrait of the Rev. John Wesley (1703-91). It is inscribed: Let your Conversation be as becometh the Gospel of Christ. The teapot is part of the Religion theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Teapot

c1790 This globular creamware teapot is printed in black with: 1) a portrait of Rev. John Wesley surrounded by medallion portraits of 15 Methodists, and; 2) within a scroll frame inscribed: Let your Conversation be as becometh the Gospel of CHRIST. The teapot i

Jug

c1800 This creamware jug is printed in brown with: 1) 3 figures inscribed: FAITH, HOPE & CHARITY and the verse: Come to my Breast, ye heavenly Virtues three..., and; 2) a figure inscribed: RELIGION. The jug is part of the Religion theme in the Willett Collectio

Figure Group

c1795 This enamelled pearlware figure group depicts a mother holding a baby with 2 more children, one on either side. The group is part of the Religion theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Teapot

c1790 This enamelled pearlware teapot is decorated with floral sprays and inscribed: 1) O death where is thy Sting?, and; 2) The Sting of Sin is Death. The teapot is part of the Religion theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Teapot

c1780 This enamelled creamware teapot is decorated with: 1) a chinoiserie figure in a garden, and; 2) floral sprays and the inscription: Let your conversation/ Be upon the/ Gospell of Christ. The teapot is part of the Religion theme in the Willett Collection of

Male Figure

c1815 This enamelled earthenware figure, seated in a chair, represents the eccentric preacher William Huntington who died 1813. The figure is part of the Religion theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

Cup

c1820 This pearlware cup is printed in blue with figures of children flanking inscription: RIGHTEOUS ART THOU O LORD/ AND JUST ARE THY/ JUDGEMENTS. The cup is part of the Religion theme in the Willett Collection of Popular Pottery.

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