Historic Shirts

Redware

Floral patterns etched onto redware plates using “sgraffito”” decoration were common to
Germanic communities of south eastern PA circa 1740—1840.

 

Napolean

Twig

Belle Starr

Dove

Pottery decorated with liquid clays, or slips, applied through hollow quills of turkey feathers was known as “Slipware.”  This type of decoration was practiced in every region with a ceramic tradition, but was particularly common in areas that had limited access to colored clays.

Neal Armstrong.  1930-2012.  First person to look up and see...us.  Another devotee of Historic Shirts by Stephen Earp Redware.

Neal Armstrong. 1930-2012. First person to look up and see…us. Another devotee of Historic Shirts by Stephen Earp Redware.

Dove

Dove

Willow and Distlefink

Floral patterns etched onto redware plates using “sgraffito”” decoration were common to
Germanic communities of south eastern PA circa 1740—1840.

queen-victoria-768

Tree on Ice Blue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Queen Victoria.  1819-1901.

Defined an Empire and a century. 

Another devotee of Historic Shirts by Stephen Earp Redware.

Stoneware

Cobalt slipped, salt-glazed stoneware crocks made in New England and the mid-Atlantic states from roughly the 2nd quarter of the 19th century evolved into a uniquely American craft expression.

alexander w stoneware

Alexander the Great. 356-323bc.
Conquered the world before he was 33. Another devotee of Historic Shirts by Stephen Earp Redware.

Stoneware

Stoneware

Redware

Floral patterns etched onto redware plates using “sgraffito” decoration were common to Germanic communities of south eastern PA circa 1740—1840.

Ceasar

Augustus Caesar,
ruler of the Known World
from 27 BC to 14 AD:
Another devotee of Historic Shirts
by Stephen Earp Redware.

Redware Shirt