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Mug with portrait of Shakespeare and image of Mulberry TreeCider mug, for likely use at Stratford JubileeChinawareEngland, 1769ART Inv. 1074
David Garrick as Don JohnLiverpool creamware with transfer-printed designEngland, ca. 1790ART 241061
Kathleen Bader Stevans, artistVintage ceramic platter hand-painted with Chawton cottagePittsburgh: Pure Hokum, 2014Loan courtesy of private collector
Thomas Sharp (1725-1799), artistRolling pin made from “Shakespeare’s” mulberry treePasted image of Chandos portraitEngland, 1756Wood no. 1
Jane Austen silhouette cookie cuttersMetalUnited States, 21st centuryLoan courtesy of private collector
Darcy and Elizabeth salt and pepper shakersGlazed ceramicBas Blue, 2013Loan courtesy of private collector
Bellows with Shakespeare bas relief portraitWood, leather, and brassEngland, 18th or 19th centuryART Inv. 1131
Pride and Prejudice dish towelCottonLincolnshire: Countryside Art, 21st centuryLoan courtesy of private collector
Toasting fork with portrait of Shakespeare on handleBrassEngland or United States, 19th or 20th CenturyART Inv. 1140
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