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Transfer decorated polychrome Liverpool creamware jug, on one side showing Washington memorial and portraits of Samuel Adams and John Hancock inscribed, "The Memory of Washington and the Proscribed Patriots of America" below "Liberty, Virtue, Peace, Justice, And Equity. To ALL Mankind.", then "Columbia's Sons Inspir'd by Freedoms Flame Live in the Annals of immortal Fame". Opposite side with a frigate flying an American flag. Decoration below spout of an heraldic eagle and inscription from Jefferson's first inaugural address delivered on March 4, 1801. "Peace Commerce and honest Friendship with all nations..Entangling Alliances with none..JEFFERSON". 9" H x 9 1/2" W x 6" D overall. Early 19th century. Provenance: Retail label for Earle Vandekar of Knightbridge New York on base. Private East Tennessee Collection. CONDITION: Fleabites and wear to rim and base. Minor losses to transfer decoration. Hairlines on base with signs of darkening. Overall wear to glaze.