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view Davenport & Co MoC 1844-12-31 1835-01-01 ca. 1840 (made) Baby's ceramic sucking bottle made in England by Davenport & Co about 1840 Length: 18.4 cm, Diameter: 2.7 cm aperture in centre front Museum of Childhood, Babies Gallery 60552 2014-08-29T23:15:07.000Z 2014-08-29T23:15:07.000Z 52.883289 Museum of Childhood, Babies Gallery, case 10 -1.97685 DAVENPORT earthenware Glazed earthenware, transfer-printed in blue on a white ground S.118-1988 s1181988 O92255 Ceramic 1 Baby's sucking bottle of glazed earthenware, transfer printed with patterns of stylized fruit and... England Reason For Production: Retail Mass produced This baby’s sucking bottle of glazed earthenware has an elongated neck finishing in a perforated... 3 MOC ceramic-davenport-co 2014-08-19T00:00:00.000Z transfer printing, glazing 1844 1835 view