Atlan Ceramic Art Club - Chocolate pot, 1898https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/GovernorsMansion/exhibition/art-of-illinois/decorative-arts/atlan-ceramic-art-club/atlan-chocolate-potAtlan Ceramic Art Club - Chocolate pot, 1898GP0|#e7bf568e-1338-4e4d-8978-1b5f8d800d7d;L0|#0e7bf568e-1338-4e4d-8978-1b5f8d800d7d|Atlan Ceramic Art Club;GTSet|#6a9f5109-021d-478a-ae73-864102492159;GPP|#b8008031-8d86-41bf-8c8c-657f66f046d4;GPP|#be65f490-4890-487c-bb16-c396d99511f7Porcelain, 8 ½ × 5 inches Eva E. Adams (1853, Dubuque, Iowa–1943, Charlevois, Michigan), decorator. Private Collection
Atlan Ceramic Art Club - Plate, c. 1900https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/GovernorsMansion/exhibition/art-of-illinois/decorative-arts/atlan-ceramic-art-club/Atlan-PlateAtlan Ceramic Art Club - Plate, c. 1900GP0|#e7bf568e-1338-4e4d-8978-1b5f8d800d7d;L0|#0e7bf568e-1338-4e4d-8978-1b5f8d800d7d|Atlan Ceramic Art Club;GTSet|#6a9f5109-021d-478a-ae73-864102492159;GPP|#b8008031-8d86-41bf-8c8c-657f66f046d4;GPP|#be65f490-4890-487c-bb16-c396d99511f7Porcelain, 10¼ inches in diameter Helen Fenton Frazee (1858, Fairport, New York–1923, Chicago, Illinois), decorator. Collection of Chicago History Museum, Gift of Mrs. Clifford Nolan, Sr.
“ Japanese” Place Setting from Conversation Set in Historic Ornament, 1910https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/GovernorsMansion/exhibition/art-of-illinois/decorative-arts/atlan-ceramic-art-club/Atlan-Place-Setting-Cup“ Japanese” Place Setting from Conversation Set in Historic Ornament, 1910GP0|#e7bf568e-1338-4e4d-8978-1b5f8d800d7d;L0|#0e7bf568e-1338-4e4d-8978-1b5f8d800d7d|Atlan Ceramic Art Club;GTSet|#6a9f5109-021d-478a-ae73-864102492159;GPP|#b8008031-8d86-41bf-8c8c-657f66f046d4;GPP|#be65f490-4890-487c-bb16-c396d99511f7Cup: 31⁄8 inches in diameter, Saucer: 5¼ inches in diameter Inscription: Smiles crown the welcome and make every dish a feast. Florence Donovan Pratt Steward (1851, Auburn, New York–1921, Chicago, Illinois), decorator. Collection of Chicago History Museum
Japanese” Place Setting from Conversation Set in Historic Ornament, 1910https://www2.illinois.gov/sites/GovernorsMansion/exhibition/art-of-illinois/decorative-arts/atlan-ceramic-art-club/Atlan-Place-Setting-PlateJapanese” Place Setting from Conversation Set in Historic Ornament, 1910GP0|#e7bf568e-1338-4e4d-8978-1b5f8d800d7d;L0|#0e7bf568e-1338-4e4d-8978-1b5f8d800d7d|Atlan Ceramic Art Club;GTSet|#6a9f5109-021d-478a-ae73-864102492159;GPP|#b8008031-8d86-41bf-8c8c-657f66f046d4;GPP|#be65f490-4890-487c-bb16-c396d99511f7Plate: 85⁄8 inches in diameter Inscription: Smiles crown the welcome and make every dish a feast. Florence Donovan Pratt Steward (1851, Auburn, New York–1921, Chicago, Illinois), decorator. Collection of Chicago History Museum, Purchase