Copeland breakfast ware
Plate and egg cup: Donated to the Seven Oaks House Museum by Sybil Inkster, the granddaughter of John and Mary Inkster. These dishes were likely used by the Inkster Family in Seven Oaks House.
Copeland breakfast plate fragment: This fragment was found in the park behind the house. The pattern matches the Copeland Breakfast ware donated by Sybil Inkster. This is evidence of the dining set being used by the Inkster family when they lived in the house.
c. 19th century
Spoon: Translucent marbled horn spoon from mustard pot and spoon set.