Herculaneum - (Furniture)

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Herculaneum - (Furniture) According to Sheraton, an upholstered chair in the extreme classical taste. (Pottery) . Earthenware and stoneware, and some unpretentious porcelain, produced at the Herculaneum Pottery, Liverpool, from the 1790's to 1840. Some figures were made but earthenware and stoneware jugs are more typical. The name HEEVM, often wreathed round a crown, is the usual mark.

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