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The ceramic wares from the CSS Alabama ranged from pure white plates to ornate designed serving bowls and pitchers. Click here to view slide show (requires JavaScript)


The majority of the ceramics recovered from the wreck site were white ironstone with a blue or brown transfer mark depicting a fouled anchor inside a garter manufactured by Davenport, and may have been used as general service ware for the crew. Some unique artifacts, including white plates, pitchers with wheat motifs, and even a chamber pot may have been used by the officers of the CSS Alabama or may have been prizes of war.