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Barber, Edwin Atlee, 1851-1916 / Anglo-American pottery; old English china with American views, a manual for collectors
(1899)

Designs in various colors, mostly by unknown makers,   pp. 118-127


Page 126

ANGLO-AMERICAN PO 1'TERY.
328. "What maintains one vice would bring up two children.'"
"It is easier to suppress the first desire than to gratify all
that follow."
329. "Keep thy shop and thy shop will keep thee."
"If you would have your business done, go; if not, send
(Border, inscription in raised white letters ,"Fear God; Honour
Yours Parents").
330. Same Maxims. (Border. relief designs of animals, in
white.
331. "Now I have a sheep and a cow everybody bids me good
morning."
332. 'Rather go to bed supperless than rise in debt."
333. "The eye of the master will do more work than both his
hands."
334. "Little strokes fell great oaks."
335. "Lost time is never found again."
FRANKLIN'S PROVERBS.
-Designs printed in Black and rudely painted in colors by
hand. Border, Embossed Alphabet in White. Designs
by J. & G. Meakin, Hanley, England.
336. "Now I have a sheep and a cow everybody bids me good
morrow."
337. "He tmat by the plough woul thrive, himself must either
hold or drive."
338. "Make hay while the sun shines.'' Border, embossed
leaves and scrolls, in white.
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