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Another matching tea set from the lowest (oldest) layer of the privy associated with the wealthiest families in the Washington Garden tenement at Old North #archaeology #boston #dignorth #digbos

Another matching tea set from the lowest (oldest) layer of the privy associated with the wealthiest families in the Washington Garden tenement at Old North #archaeology #boston #dignorth #digbos

Not quite all matching but close matches (three plates match as do the left bowl and front/center cup). All from the lowest layer of the tenement privy and found with the blue cups shared just before these #digbos #dignorth #boston #archaeology

Not quite all matching but close matches (three plates match as do the left bowl and front/center cup). All from the lowest layer of the tenement privy and found with the blue cups shared just before these #digbos #dignorth #boston #archaeology

Three matching tea bowls from the second-to-last layer in the Tenement privy at Old North Church's Washington Garden #digbos #dignorth #boston #archaeology

Three matching tea bowls from the second-to-last layer in the Tenement privy at Old North Church's Washington Garden #digbos #dignorth #boston #archaeology

19th century costume jewelry fragment from the yard of the Paul Revere House #digPRH #digBOS #archaeology #science #boston

19th century costume jewelry fragment from the yard of the Paul Revere House #digPRH #digBOS #archaeology #science #boston

Corals and shells

Corals and shells

Step 1: take accurate measurements of where each unit is located within the crypt

Step 1: take accurate measurements of where each unit is located within the crypt

Mystery ceramic!  This porcelain-like ceramic turned up as we were cleaning off the tenement foundations.  It has blue hand painted designs on a wi#hite background and a 3D pebbly texture with higher raised green dots.  Reminds us of Japanese Satsuma ware but doesn't look quite right. Anyone recognize this type and can offer an identification and date?  Thanks! #dignorth

Mystery ceramic! This porcelain-like ceramic turned up as we were cleaning off the tenement foundations. It has blue hand painted designs on a wi#hite background and a 3D pebbly texture with higher raised green dots. Reminds us of Japanese Satsuma ware but doesn't look quite right. Anyone recognize this type and can offer an identification and date? Thanks! #dignorth

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