Any ideas on where this pottery shard originally came from? Country and/or time period it was made?

by Catherine
(Massachusetts, USA)

This sea pottery shard was found on the seacoast near Salisbury, Massachusetts. It has an interesting floral pattern that almost looks like a vine of berries maybe? The surface pictured is extremely smooth, and looks to have been all one color(brownish) with a white design on one edge. The edge is pretty flat which leads me to believe this shard came from a type of plate, not a bowl.

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