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Fort Vancouver Archive: c1800's Pitcher 3D Model
This is a piece of an underglazed pitcher, possibly an Ewer. The manufacture is not identified, but the pattern is similar to the Chinoiserie patterns that Spode (which had an exclusive contract with the HBC) is famous for. It is from the mid-to-late 1800’s during the Forts time as a Hudson’s Bay Company headquarter. This model is a test example I did for the archaeology lab at Fort Vancouver. Most museums house a large archive of artifacts, most of which will not be seen by the general public. Many times these artifacts number into the millions. Creating a digital archive is a great way to share these treasures with the general public or for educational use. Offering 3D interactive and annotated models of these artifacts has many benefits. Artifacts can be observed without risking damage or the security of the items, a virtual tour is more cost effective than creating physical displays, and museums can augment their records beyond photos and notes.
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