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Source Description:

The President’s House, Washington, a drawing by H. Brown; engraved and printed by Fenner, Sears and Co.; published by I. T. Hinton, Simpkin and Marshall, London, February 15, 1831.

Additional Image:

Another earthenware plate printed in pink with image of The President’s House, Washington, from the American Scenery Series. A tall tree has been added to the left side of the pattern in this example.  The piece is marked, as all views in this series, with the ribbon shaped 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: 10.25 in (26.035 cm)

Maker: Job and John Jackson

Maker's Mark:

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Earthenware dinner plate printed in pink with The President’s House, Washington, from the American Scenery Series. The border, found on all the views in this series, consists of six clusters of large roses descending from the inner half of the rim down the cavetto onto the well of the plate to gently encircle the circular view; a scalloped, stippled field of scattered flowers, a...