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

Left to right:
Norwalk, Connecticut
Beautifully Potted, Bulbous, Spotted Manganese Decoration

Condition: excellent with a few nips to foot.
Dimensions: 6.75" H.

Possibly Pennsylvania
Flared Rim with Pinched Spout, Strap Handle, Incised at Shoulder

Condition: chip at spout, couple fleabites on foot, all else fine.
Dimensions: 6.25" H.

Redware Charger, Coggled Rim, Yellow Slip, Wavy Band Decorated
Circa 1820 to 1840

Short hairline from rim, scattered rim-flakes, diameter: 13.25"

Possibly Essex County, Massachusetts
Manganese Slip against Pumpkin Pie Orange Glaze

Condition: tight hairline, couple of tiny areas of glaze loss at rim, with all else fine.
Dimensions: 4.75" H.

Possibly Connecticut
With Applied Handles, Incised Ornament and Maganese Slip against Dark Orangey Brown Glaze

Condition: couple fleabites at base, with all else fine.
Dimensions: 9" H.

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

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



Redware, Dishes
Sold separately

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

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

Redware, Jars
Sold separately

Redware Jar, Straight Sided, Tapered Shoulder, Manganese Decoration
Norwalk, Connecticut
19th Century

Fine condition, nicely potted (H: 8.5")

Redware Jar with Lid, Small Preserve Jar, Incised, Manganese Decoration
19th Century

Excellent original condition (H: 4.5")

Redware Jar, Incised Rounded Shoulder, Manganese Slip
19th Century

A few rim dings, otherwise excellent (Height 8.5")

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, Plates, Creamer, Jug, Mug
Sold separately

Top row, left to right:
Redware, Handled Cup or Mug, Small Size, Flared, Tooled, Yellow Slip on Rim
19th Century

The body features an applied and molded handle and flares outwardly; the tooled base on projecting foot flares outward from lower terminus of handle. Other than expected glaze wear-very good condition.
(H: 3"; diameter at rim: 2.5"; diameter of base: 2.5")

Redware Cream Pitcher, Jacob Medinger, Manganese, Ribbed Strap Handle
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
19th Century

This finely potted jug stands at 4", incised; tooled foot, typical flea bites on rim with all else fine.

Redware Jug, Ovoid, Heavy Manganese Slip, Great Form
New England
Early 19th Century
This 6" jug features a flaring spout and concentric incised shoulder rings; rounded foot and dark manganese splotches. Couple tiny and shallow glaze nips on spout rim with all else fine.

Redware Creamer, Ovoid, Incised
19th Century

This little jug stands at 3" and is in excellent original condition with only minor glaze wear.

Bottom row, left to right:
Redware Toddy Plate, Cream Slip Clef Decoration, Coggled Edge
19th Century

This attractive 4" example remains in excellent original condition.

Redware Plate, Wavy Lines, Cream and Brown Slip Trailed
19th Century

This 6.5" example, with coggled rim has a couple rim-chips with all else fine. Ex Strassburger Collection.

Redware Flask, Small Size, Bold Manganese Decoration
New England, Possibly Newburyport
Early 19th Century

This example with tooled spout and incised shoulder, stands at 5" and has a few chips on rim with all else fine.

Redware Dish, Coggled Rim, Creamy Yellow and Manganese Wavy Trails
19th Century

This example with diameter of 8" has a few rim-chips with all else fine.

Miniature Stoneware Jar, Salt Glazed Semi Ovoid Crock, Probably Southern
Anonymous, Possibly Virginia
Third Quarter, 19th Century

This example stands at 1.75" and features a bold rim under which is manganese that may have been applied by fingertip. Noted are two rim-chips with all else fine.

Redware Flask, Flattened Sides, Bold Splashes of Manganese
New England or Pennsylvania
19th Century

This example with tooled mouth, standing at 7.25" remains in fine condition excepting chips at unglazed section of base.

Redware Plate, Wavy Lines, Cream and Brown Slip Trailed
19th Century

This 6.5" example, with coggled rim remains in excellent original condition. Ex Strassburger Collection.

Redware Toddy Plate, Creamy Yellow Slip Decoration, Goggled Edge
Pennsylvania or New Jersey
19th Century

A fine 3.5" example with only a single tiny glaze-nick at rim

Miniature Redware Ovoid Storage Jar with Lid
Possibly Connecticut
Circa 1830

Wide flared collar, applied lug handles, incised undulating bands, orange-brown glaze with splotches of dark brown manganese. Some glaze wear on rim with all else fine. (H: 3")



Redware, Milk Pan
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, 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



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

Dimensions: 5" H, 17.5" diameter.



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.)



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

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

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 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.)



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

Redware Charger
Probably Pennsylvania
Circa 1840

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.)



Redware Ovoid Storage Jar
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

If you are interested in buying any of these items, please call (978) 597-8084 or email David Hillier at or Lynn Morin at

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