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Source Description:

View near Conway, New Hampshire, a drawing by Thomas Cole. Engraved and printed by Fenner, Sears & Co.; published in The History and Topography of the United States, edited by John Howard Hinton A. M., by Isaac Taylor Hinton, Simpkin and Marshall, London, and Thomas Wardle, Philadelphia, March 15, 1831.

Additional Image:

This earthenware plate is printed, in pink, with the image of View near Conway, N. Hampshire, on the same shape employed for the Holy Bible Series by the same potter, Job and John Jackson. The small plate pattern is identical in every other detail of the American Scenery Series pieces. The plate has only an impressed worker’s mark.


Shape Type: Dinner & Dessert Wares

Pattern Type: Landscapes and Waterscapes

Featured Series Type: American Scenery - Job and John Jackson

Date: c. 1831-1835


  • Diameter: 4.10 in (10.414 cm)

Maker: Job and John Jackson

Maker's Mark:

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Worker's Mark:

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An earthenware cup plate printed in purple with View near Conway, N. Hampshire, from the American Scenery Series. Although the number of rose sprays has been lowered from six to five, together the view and the full border fill the surface of this diminutive cup plate.  The series was printed in black, light blue, brown, green, pink and purple.