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Ovoid Redware Jar, Bristol County, Beautiful Glaze
Southeastern, Massachusetts, Circa 1780
Incised shoulder, Yellow, Salmon, light green and drippy brown


Antique Ovoid Redware Jar with Beautiful Glaze, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Circa 1780, entire view

(Large chip to tooled rim, glaze hairlines, however; holds water; H: 7.5”)

$6,150

1029-53


Antique Ovoid Redware Jar with Beautiful Glaze, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Circa 1780, with ruler for scale



Fine Redware Jar, Bristol County, Multicolored Glaze, Unusual Color Combination
Southeastern, Massachusetts, Circa 1800
Dark brown dripping at mouth, else spattered brown, apple green and salmon


Antique Redware Jar with Multicolored Glaze, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Circa 1800, entire view

(Generally excellent condition, no restoration, few tiny chips and minor glaze loss; H: 8”)

$5,125

1029-54


Antique Redware Jar with Multicolored Glaze, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Circa 1800, with ruler for scale



Fine Cylindrical Redware Jar, Two Abstract Fish Design
Attributed to Nathaniel Seymour, Hartford, Connecticut, Circa 1810 to 1825
White splashes of slip, abstract fishes, dispersed with green on rusty colored glaze


Antique Cylindrical Redware Jar with Abstract Fish Design, Connecticut, Circa 1810 to 1825, angle view

(Some loss to slip decoration, expected and minor roughness to rim, no restoration; H: 8”)

$3,975

1029-55


Antique Cylindrical Redware Jar with Abstract Fish Design, Connecticut, Circa 1810 to 1825, entire view



A Fine and Rare Decorated Redware Charger, Slipped and Combed in Green and Yellow
Attributed to John Bates Gregory, Norwalk, Connecticut or Clinton, New York
Circa 1810 to 1825


Antique Redware Charger with Green and Yellow Slip Decoration, Connecitcut or New York, Circa 1810 to 1825, entire view

An important rarity collected in the 30’s or 40’s by “the Deming’s” of Connecticut, thence by decent to Gordon Deming; ex Sam Herrup to Private collection in 2005
(No repairs or restorations, knife scratches; shallow scattered chips to coggled rim, else fine; diameter: 14”)

$11,400

1029-56


Antique Redware Charger with Green and Yellow Slip Decoration, Connecitcut or New York, Circa 1810 to 1825, with ruler for scale



Redware Jug with Handle
New England, 19th Century
The jug is half full of solid molasses


Antique Redware Jug with Handle, New England, 19th Century, angle view

(Scatted small glaze imperfections; H: 9”)

$185

879-75


Antique Redware Jug with Handle, New England, 19th Century, rear angle view



Seated Redware Dog, Folk Art Attributed to Anthony Weis Bacher, Hand Modeled
Adams County, Pennsylvania, Winchester, Virginia, or Thurmont, Maryland
Circa 1855 to 1885
Reddish-brown lead and manganese glaze
A FINE AND WOONDERFUL FOLK SCULPTURE, RARE BACHER DOG


Antique Seated Redware Dog attributed to Anthony Weis Bacher, Pennsylvania, Ciarca 1855 to 1885, angle view 1

A large folksy figure of a dog with generously-applied extruded clay fur (coleslaw), circular balled eyes set into sockets, protruding tongue; the details of muzzle and paws are incised. The rectangular base with canted corners centers a raised design having concave sides and shield shape front and rear terminus on which the pooch is positioned.

This outstanding work displays characteristics seen on animal figures produced by the hands of Pennsylvania and Shenandoah Valley master potter, Anthony Weis Bacher; note the details common to Bacher’s oeuvre such as the glaze, the thick, nearly full coverage "coleslaw" fur; protruding/panting tongue, and bulging beady orb-like eyes. The plume-like topknot and especially the rear legs which are positioned forward in a hunched-down position are typical of Bacher’s shop tradition as is the overall posture; the raised rump and outstretched front legs. See The Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley Region by H.E. Comstock.
This piece has survived in a remarkably fine state of originality with a 2” corner of base being glued (perfectly approximated, virtually undetectable) and a very small wedge shape chip to same section of base. As expected and mentioned for accuracy, extremely minor losses to a few coleslaw tips, else fine and attractive.
(Dimensions: 6.25" high by 6.75" long)

$9,825

505-119


Antique Seated Redware Dog attributed to Anthony Weis Bacher, Pennsylvania, Ciarca 1855 to 1885, front view
Antique Seated Redware Dog attributed to Anthony Weis Bacher, Pennsylvania, Ciarca 1855 to 1885, angle view 2
Antique Seated Redware Dog attributed to Anthony Weis Bacher, Pennsylvania, Ciarca 1855 to 1885, bottom detail



Redware Loaf Dish, Yellow Slip Clef, Quadruple Quill and Knop Trailing Slip, Coggled Rim
Pennsylvania, Circa 1830


Antique Redware Loaf Dish with Yellow Slip Decoration, Pennsyvlania, Circa 1830, entire view

(Rim chips, else fine; 9.75 by 13.25; approximately 3” deep)

$2,125

505-120


Antique Redware Loaf Dish with Yellow Slip Decoration, Pennsyvlania, Circa 1830, side view



Redware Slip Decorated Oval Dish, Attrib. to Christopher Leffingwell, Bean Hill Pottery
Norwich, Connecticut, Circa 1790 to 1800 - SOLD


Antique Redware Slip Decorated Oval Dish, Attributed to Leffingwell, Circa 1790 to 1800, entire view

(Tight crack shown at upper left corner, wear to some slip; H: 2.75”, W: 14”, D: 10.5”)

621-111 - SOLD


Antique Redware Slip Decorated Oval Dish, Attributed to Leffingwell, Circa 1790 to 1800, side view



Redware Storage Jar, Tooled Rum and Shoulder, Incised, Manganese
Likely Connecticut, Circa 1830


Antique Redware Storage Jar with Tooled Rum and Shoulder, Circa 1830, entire view 1

(Very small shallow glaze chip to outside of rim, else fine; H: 5.25”)

$975

621-114


Antique Redware Storage Jar with Tooled Rum and Shoulder, Circa 1830, entire view 2



Redware, Bulbous Ovoid Storage Jar, Tooled Wavy Decoration, Flared Rim, Lug Handles
Likely Norwalk, Connecticut, Circa 1820 to 1850


Antique Redware Ovoid Storage Jar with Flared Rim, Connecticut, Circa 1820 to 1850, entire view 1

(Bold; robust form, glaze wear/loss to rim, pinhead dings; H: 9.25”)

$750

621-115


Antique Redware Ovoid Storage Jar with Flared Rim, Connecticut, Circa 1820 to 1850, entire view 2



Large Redware Slip Decorated Plate, Attrib. to Christopher Leffingwell, Bean Hill Pottery
Norwich, Connecticut, Circa 1790ish


Antique Large Redware Slip Decorated Plate, Connecticut, Circa 1790, entire view

(Chips to coggled rim; couple flakes to lower left combed decoration; it would seem that rarity trumps the vestiges’ of time. Ex Lew Scranton. Diameter: 14.75”)

$6,200

621-116




Redware Pan, Nathaniel Seymour Pottery, Wheel Thrown, Yellow Wavy Slip with Green Flecks
West Hartford, Connecticut, Circa 1795 to 1820


Antique Redware Pan attributed to Nathaniel Seymour, Circa 1795 to 1820, entire view

(Scattered and minor dings/chips and slip losses as shown; H: 2.25”, diameter: 11.5”)

$2,875

621-113




RARE Redware Plate, Coggled Rim, Yellow Slip Decoration, Inscribed Pork within Scrolls
Smith and Day Pottery, Norwalk, Connecticut, Circa 1820 to 1840


Antique Redware Plate with Yellow Slip Decoration Reading Pork, Cica 1820 to 1840, entire view

(Few minor rim glaze losses and a chip, else fine; diameter: 10.25”)

$4,625

621-106




Redware Plate, Coggled Rim, Yellow Slip Decoration, Inscribed Apple Pie, Squiggly Flourish
Smith and Day Pottery, Norwalk, Connecticut, Circa 1820 to 1840


Antique Redware Plate with Yellow Slip Decoration Inscribed Apple Pie, Circa 1820 to 1840, entire view

(A few small chips to rim, else fine; diameter: 10.25”)

$6,200

621-120




Redware Plate, Coggled Rim, Yellow Slip Decoration, Inscribed St. Aloysius, within Scroll & Dots
Smith and Day Pottery, Norwalk, Connecticut, Circa 1820 to 1840


Antique Redware Plate with Coggled Rim, Inscribed St. Aloysius, Circa 1820 to 1840, entire view

(Two minor rim chips, else fine; diameter: 10.25”)

$2,995

621-112




Redware Flask, Hand Painted Country Scene over Manganese Glaze
Early 19th Century, Likely Painted Late 19th Century, Anonymous
A forgotten folk art - SOLD


Antique Redware Flask with Painted Country Scene, Early 19th Century, entire view

(Minor losses to paint, else fine and original: H: 7")

201-434 - SOLD


Antique Redware Flask with Painted Country Scene, Early 19th Century, back view



Redware Rundlet, Barrel Form, Scarcely Encountered Large Size
Likely Western New York, Early to Mid 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Redware Redware Rundlet in Barrel Form, Early to Mid 19th Century, angle view 1

(Scattered minor glaze losses otherwise good condition; H: 10")

1129-1 - SOLD


Antique Redware Redware Rundlet in Barrel Form, Early to Mid 19th Century, angle view 2



Redware Jar, Large Size
Likely New York State, 19th Century



(Large chip to one handle; H: 12.5", diameter: 12")

$1,725

274-183







Redware Jug, Southern Maine, Outstanding Form and Glaze
Circa 1820 to 1860 - SOLD



(Glaze loss to spout rim, small flake to side of handle, else fine; H: 7.5")

770-3 - SOLD







Redware Jug, Extreme Ovoid, Wide Ribbed Strap Handle, Carved Wood Stopper
Circa 1780 to 1820, Possibly Mid Atlantic, Pennsylvania



(Glaze wear and dings mostly limited to widest section; wear to handle edge; glaze loss on amazing spout, all consistent with age and use; H: 11")

$1,145

295-79






Redware, Dish, Jar, Pitcher
Pennsylvania
Sold separately



Redware Dish, Three Colored - SOLD
Dimensions: 6.25" diameter.
718-33

Redware Jar, Highly Ovoid, Applied Tab Handles, Flared Rim, Manganese Daubs
Probably Pennsylvania
Circa 1835 to 1845
Baluster form, tall collar, tooled shoulder

(Chips and glaze wear to rim and handles, else fine; H: 10 3/8"
$565
718-35

Redware Covered Pitcher, Manganese Splotches
Pennsylvania
Circa 1850 to 1900
Small batter pitcher, flared rim, strap handle, incised

(Small glaze flake to rim; small chip to edge of lid, else fine; dimensions: H: 6")
$465
718-34




Glazed Redware Jar or Tabletop Churn, Coggled, Possibly Jacob Medinger
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Late 19th Century - SOLD



Tapered jar, flared and coggled rim, (One coggled band traveling the circumference beneath rim) lead glaze, manganese highlights over green and orange mottled ground; some glaze flaking, else fine. (H: 8.5")

121-191 - SOLD




Redware, Plates, Jug, Jar, Dishes, Whistle, Figure
Sold separately



Top row, left to right:
Ovoid Redware Jug, Olive Green with Orangey Spots (halos), Beautifully Potted
New England, Probably New Hampshire
Early 19th Century
Wonderful form, applied ridges handle with thumbprint terminus, perhaps Gonic
- SOLD

Oval Redware Deep Dish, Slip Decorated, Perhaps a Vegetable Serving Dish
Pennsylvania
19th Century
Decorated with yellow slip, straight and squiggle lines
- SOLD

Cylindrical Redware Jar, Mottled Colors, Rounded Foot, Tooled Shoulder
New York or New England
19th Century
- SOLD

Bottom row, left to right:
Redware Plate, Yellow Slip Decoration
Pennsylvania
19th Century
- SOLD

Redware Whistle, Standing Rooster
Pennsylvania
19th Century
Lead Glaze on Head and Comb
- SOLD
Excellent condition.
Dimensions: 2.75" H.
121-179

Redware, Cat Figure - SOLD
Dimensions: 2.25" H.
121-180

Redware Plate, Creamy Slip Decoration
Probably Norwalk, Connecticut (Smith's Pottery)
Early 19th Century
- SOLD
Ornamented with squiggle flourishes centered by S-scrolls, dots and dashes in cream slip against brick-red ground within a coggled rim; edge wear and chips, obviously the owner continued to bake within the dish. (Dimensions: 11.5" diameter)
121-182

Small Redware Dish, Manganese and Creamy Slip Decoration
Probably Pennsylvania
19th Century
As expected, typical nips and chips to edge, else fine, desirable size
- SOLD

Redware Dish, Creamy Yellow Slip, Triple Wavy, Coggled
Pennsylvania or New England
19th Century
- SOLD
As expected, a few chips and dings limited to edge; some minor slip popping, else fine and attractive. (Dimensions: 11" diameter)
121-188




American Redware from Our Collections
New England and Pennsylvania
19th Century



Left to right:
Jug
Norwalk, Connecticut
Beautifully Potted, Bulbous, Spotted Manganese Decoration
- SOLD
Condition: excellent with a few nips to foot.
Dimensions: 6.75" H.
121-163

Pitcher
Possibly Pennsylvania
Flared Rim with Pinched Spout, Strap Handle, Incised at Shoulder
- SOLD
Condition: chip at spout, couple fleabites on foot, all else fine.
Dimensions: 6.25" H.
121-160

Redware Charger, Coggled Rim, Yellow Slip, Wavy Band Decorated
Pennsylvania
Circa 1820 to 1840
- SOLD
Short hairline from rim, scattered rim-flakes, diameter: 13.25"
121-165

Pitcher
Possibly Essex County, Massachusetts
Manganese Slip against Pumpkin Pie Orange Glaze
- SOLD
Condition: tight hairline, couple of tiny areas of glaze loss at rim, with all else fine.
Dimensions: 4.75" H.
121-162

Jar
Possibly Connecticut
With Applied Handles, Incised Ornament and Maganese Slip against Dark Orangey Brown Glaze
- SOLD
Condition: couple fleabites at base, with all else fine.
Dimensions: 9" H.
121-161




Redware Jar with Lip, Outwardly Flaring, Nicely Potted, 4"
Connecticut
Circa 1820



Rare form, one flake to underside of rim repaired, otherwise fine

$1,695

240-185







Redware, Jars
Sold separately



Redware Jar, Straight Sided, Tapered Shoulder, Manganese Decoration
Norwalk, Connecticut
19th Century
- SOLD
Fine condition, nicely potted (H: 8.5")
336-96

Redware Jar with Lid, Small Preserve Jar, Incised, Manganese Decoration
Pennsylvania
19th Century
- SOLD
Excellent original condition (H: 4.5")
336-94

Redware Jar, Incised Rounded Shoulder, Manganese Slip
Pennsylvania
19th Century
- SOLD
A few rim dings, otherwise excellent (Height 8.5")
336-97




Redware, Slip Decorated Glazed Bowl
Possibly Moravian
Early 19th Century



Wheel-thrown redware bowl with rounded sides and molded edge decorated with a bird perched in a tree trunk surrounded by dots and squiggles of dark manganese brown and thick white lead. (H: 2"; diameter: 6.5") Ex Deyerle Collection

$2,075

SHF-215




Redware, Milk Pan
Signed by maker
F.T. Wright and Son
Taunton, Massachusetts
Hairline - SOLD



Dimensions: 5" H, 17.5" diameter.

958-16 - SOLD




A Redware Jar
Possibly by Alvin Wilcox, NYS



A soft sage green with a hint of gray with lots of small brownish red splotches and variegated lines. Couple of tiny rim dings otherwise fine. (Height: 10-inches.)

$850

SHF-320




Redware Dish
1836 Van Buren Campaign
"OK" Dish



Redware dish with coggled edge and "OK" in slip-script possibly supporting the 1836 Presidential campaign of Martin Van Buren who was nicknamed "Old Kinderhook," and a play on the even then well established American colloquialism "OK." The dish is in very good condition with a few minor knife marks in the center mentioned for accuracy and a shallow chip on the edge that appears to have glaze in it, indicating it occurred prior to firing. (13-inches Diameter, 1.75-inches Deep.)

This offering may be currently off-site. Please call David Hillier for more information, or to schedule an in-person viewing.

$3,750 (A)

232-111






SLIP DECORATED
Redware Charger
Probably Pennsylvania
Circa 1840 - SOLD



A lovely deep dish with coggled edge decorated with seven trails of yellow-colored slip. Bright color...tight hairline otherwise fine. (Height: 2.875 inches; diameter: 13.25 inches.)

497-33 - SOLD




Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Redware Ovoid Storage Jar
Massachusetts
Probably New Bedford
Circa 1830 - SOLD



A Bristol County redware jar with streaked manganese decoration. Overall condition is very good with no cracks and only the usual chips to be expected around the base. (Height: 7.75-inches.)

417-69 - SOLD




Unusual Piece of Redware - SOLD



This example has a clear glaze, and a knob handle with a hole on top. The unglazed bottom is perforated, for which the purpose unknown. The piece is possibly a sprinkler. Very good condition. Measures 5.5-inches in height and 4.75-inches in diameter.

348-28 - SOLD




Redware, Dishes
Sold separately



Redware Dish, High Sides, Yellow Slip Decorated
Norwalk, Connecticut
19th Century
- SOLD
Fine original condition (Diameter: 7.25"; H: 1.5")
336-98

Redware Dish, Yellow Slip Decoration, Coggled Rim
Pennsylvania
19th Century
- SOLD
Some flaking to slip and glaze, otherwise good (Diameter: 10.25")
336-93




Redware, Lot, Miniature and Small Ovoid Jugs, Pitcher, Toy Mush Cup
Dark Brown Manganese Slip, Nice Forms, Beautifully Potted
New England (Some Maine)
19th Century - SOLD



Excellent original condition (H: 2" to 7")

336-92 - SOLD




Redware, Milk Pan
Maine
Early 19th Century - SOLD



In very good condition with a couple dings and glaze wear.
(H: 3.5"; diameter: 15.75")

475-65 - SOLD




REDWARE
A Very Good Mug With Pouring Spout
Drippy soft greens to deep green slip on oyster white...
Attributed to Lorenzo Johnson
Genesee New York, Circa 1840 - SOLD



Drippy soft greens to deep green slip on oyster white with a lot of red clay color showing through glaze. Glaze wear and a few "use" bites on the rim otherwise fine and quite beautiful. Height 4.625-inches.

SHF-303 - SOLD




REDWARE
A Large handled Mug
New England...Possibly New Hampshire - SOLD



Orangey red splotches within yellow halos with deep green freckles; sharply tapered foot, nicely potted. Height: 6-inches; diameter 4.25-inches. Two fleabite flecks on rim otherwise fine.

SHF-284 - SOLD




REDWARE
A Rare And Outstanding
4-Color Redware Bowl
Perhaps New York - SOLD



Beautifully potted and in fine condition with a runny green and brown slip on an orangey and yellowish ground. Unusual concave treatment to underside of foot. Height: 3-inches; diameter 5.375-inches.

SHF-316 - SOLD




REDWARE
An Outstanding Bank
New England
Bold contrast and bulbous - SOLD



Beautifully potted...triple incised rings on shoulder; single ring on handle...bold drippy brown splotches of slip against mustard yellow glaze. In great condition with only a single bite out of the foot. Height: 6-inches.

SHF-309 - SOLD



If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at drh@aaawt.com

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