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Redware, Lidded Stewpot, Bristol County, Mass., Dramatic Glaze, Outstanding Neck/Rim
Date/Period: Circa 1820


Redware, Lidded Stewpot, Bristol County, Mass., Dramatic Glaze, Outstanding Neck/Rim, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 7.75"

Condition: Excellent, two flakes to interior of lip; scattered rim chips to lid, else fine.

Additional Information: Displaying the potter’s skill is this fine pot/jar with
cover…please notice the exceptionally tooled everted rim over a single stepped band;
applied ribbed handle. We cannot guarantee the lid/cover to be original. Splotchy,
drippy, and spotted manganese brown against pumpkin pie color.

$2,825.00

984-7


Redware, Lidded Stewpot, Bristol County, Mass., Dramatic Glaze, Outstanding Neck/Rim, entire view 2

Redware, Lidded Stewpot, Bristol County, Mass., Dramatic Glaze, Outstanding Neck/Rim, entire view 3

Redware, Lidded Stewpot, Bristol County, Mass., Dramatic Glaze, Outstanding Neck/Rim, bottom view



Redware Jug, Small Highly Ovoid Form, Manganese with Green Slip
Probably Southeastern Pennsylvania
Date/Period: Circa 1790-1845


Redware Jug, Small Highly Ovoid Form, Manganese with Green Slip Probably Southeastern Pennsylvania, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 6"

Condition: Excellent with only a tight hairline at center of handle.

Additional Information: Bulbous ovoid jug having tooled foot and rounded spout and
applied ribbed strap handle. The surface with lead glaze over dark green with fine over
streaked green.

$750.00

314-96


Redware Jug, Small Highly Ovoid Form, Manganese with Green Slip Probably Southeastern Pennsylvania, entire view 2

Redware Jug, Small Highly Ovoid Form, Manganese with Green Slip Probably Southeastern Pennsylvania, entire view 3

Redware Jug, Small Highly Ovoid Form, Manganese with Green Slip Probably Southeastern Pennsylvania, bottom view



Redware Jug, Ovoid, Possibly John Corliss, Woolrich, Maine
Date/Period: 1825-1845 - SOLD


Redware Jug, Ovoid, Possibly John Corliss, Woolrich, Maine, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 9"

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: Nicely potted featuring a dramatic flared spout, ribbed strap
handle, and a terrific glaze; celadon green and shades of brown.

SOLD

984-6


Redware Jug, Ovoid, Possibly John Corliss, Woolrich, Maine, entire view 2

Redware Jug, Ovoid, Possibly John Corliss, Woolrich, Maine, entire view 3

Redware Jug, Ovoid, Possibly John Corliss, Woolrich, Maine, entire view 4

Redware Jug, Ovoid, Possibly John Corliss, Woolrich, Maine, entire view 5

Redware Jug, Ovoid, Possibly John Corliss, Woolrich, Maine, bottom view



Small Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Green Glaze
Date/Period: Late 18th Century


Small Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Green Glaze, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 5.5"

Condition: Fine, minor chipping to underside of base…moot

Additional Information: Rare small size, bulbous body with rolled lip and applied
ribbed strap handle.

$5,600.00

984-1


Small Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Green Glaze, entire view 2

Small Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Green Glaze, entire view 3

Small Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Green Glaze, bottom view

Small Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Green Glaze, bottom detail



Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Date/Period: 1790-1830


Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 6.75"

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: Lovely squat ovoid form, applied ribbed handle; covered in
yellow and medium brown glaze streaked and speckled in manganese brown. Dramatic.

$3,485.00

984-3


Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts, entire view 2

Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts, entire view 3

Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts, entire view 4

Redware Jug, Bristol County, Massachusetts, entire view 1



Title: Outstanding Redware Shaving Mug, Possibly the Corliss Pottery, Maine
Date/Period: Circa 1850


Outstanding Redware Shaving Mug, Possibly the Corliss Pottery, Maine, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 4"; diameter: 5"

Condition: Excellent

Additional Information: We see this as a peachy-cream color dotted and splashed
with manganese. Flaring sides continuing to tooled-lip…the lip interior is convex. The
brush pot is applied to the bouge of cup lip; applied strap handled. Beautifully potted.

$1,200.00

984-2


Outstanding Redware Shaving Mug, Possibly the Corliss Pottery, Maine, entire view 2

Outstanding Redware Shaving Mug, Possibly the Corliss Pottery, Maine, entire view 3

Outstanding Redware Shaving Mug, Possibly the Corliss Pottery, Maine, entire view 4

Outstanding Redware Shaving Mug, Possibly the Corliss Pottery, Maine, entire view 5

Outstanding Redware Shaving Mug, Possibly the Corliss Pottery, Maine, bottom view



Title: Redware Mug, Incised Concentric Rings
Date/Period: Circa 1800-1820


Redware Mug, Incised Concentric Rings, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 5"

Condition: Three cracks to handle have been expertly glued. Sporadic rim chipping
pretty much limited to interior.

Additional Information: Cylindrical with ribbed strap handle, thin walled.

$645.00

984-8


Redware Mug, Incised Concentric Rings, entire view 2

Redware Mug, Incised Concentric Rings, entire view 3

Redware Mug, Incised Concentric Rings, bottom view



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”)

$3,850

621-116




Rockingham Pottery, Toby Pitcher,
Lidded, Removeable Hat, Taking Snuff
Date/Period: 1840-1860


Rockingham Pottery, Toby Pitcher, Lidded, Removeable Hat, Taking Snuff, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 9"

Material: Pottery, buff colored stoneware, Rockingham flint enamel glaze

Condition: Excellent, original; we have lid sherds

Additional Information: The well-fed gentleman standing on round base taking snuff
wears a tri-corner hat. C-scroll handle.

$245.00

859-24


Rockingham Pottery, Toby Pitcher, Lidded, Removeable Hat, Taking Snuff, entire view 2



Rockingham Toby Pitcher, Creamer/Syrup, Figure with Jug of Ale
Probably Bennington
Date/Period: Circa 1840-1850s


Rockingham Toby Pitcher, Creamer/Syrup, Figure with Jug of Ale Probably Bennington, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 6"

Material: Buff color stoneware, Rockingham flint enamel glaze

Condition: Excellent, one tiny fleabite on underside of foot

Additional Information: Colonial Patriot wearing tri-corner hat with cockade.
Bennington verses Staffordshire: We see similar pitches assigned to Bennington, those
with slightly concave bottom and unglazed foot rims are said not to be Bennington; this
jug features a “highly concave” bottom as displayed on page 40, figure 43 of Richard
Cart Barret’s How to Identify Bennington Pottery; Barret discusses variants.

$145.00

859-23


Rockingham Toby Pitcher, Creamer/Syrup, Figure with Jug of Ale Probably Bennington, entire view 2



Title: Rockingham Martha Gunn Toby Jug, SCARCE
Possibly Rockingham/Staffordshire
Date/Period: 1840


Rockingham Martha Gunn Toby Jug, SCARCE Possibly Rockingham/Staffordshire, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 8"

Material: Buff color stoneware, Rockingham flint enamel glaze

Condition: Excellent, original

Additional Information: Female figures are very uncommon in Toby jugs; this plump
gal is pouring gin.

$265.00

859-22


Rockingham Martha Gunn Toby Jug, SCARCE Possibly Rockingham/Staffordshire, entire view 2



Title: Rockingham Pottery, Toby Pitcher, Lidded,
Removeable Hat, Taking Snuff
Date/Period: 1840-1860


Rockingham Pottery, Toby Pitcher, Lidded, Removeable Hat, Taking Snuff, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 9.5"; width: 4"; depth: 3"

Material: Pottery, buff colored stoneware, Rockingham flint enamel glaze

Condition: Excellent, original, hairline to rim of cover, else fine

Additional Information: The overweight gentleman standing on grape vines taking
snuff wears a tri-corner hat. C-scroll handle.

$285.00

859-21


Rockingham Pottery, Toby Pitcher, Lidded, Removeable Hat, Taking Snuff, 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”)

$465

621-115


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



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”)

$600

621-114


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



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”)

$1,750

621-113




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”)

$1,750

621-112




Antique Standing Lion Figures on Plinth, Molded Redware, Rockingham-Glazed
English, circa 1850


Antique Standing Lion Figures on Plinth, Molded Redware, Rockingham-Glazed
English, circa 1850, entire view 1

A handsome pair with only very minor imperfections, couple tiny chips to bottom of base;
one ear with chip, they display well.
(Bade: 11 3/8” by 4 7/8”, height 8.5”)


Antique Standing Lion Figures on Plinth, Molded Redware, Rockingham-Glazed
English, circa 1850, entire view 2
$1,525.00

605-126




Redware Rundlet, Swigler, Barrel Form, Orangey-Yellow with Large Splash of Green Glaze New England, Possibly Southeastern Massachusetts, Circa 1820-1830
Tall form with bright color…scarcely encountered - SOLD



(There a single chip at top edge; several to base rim that are not offensive, all else fine; Height: 6”)

SOLD

1322-18




Antique, Redware Ovoid Jug, Copper Oxide Green Glaze
Likely French, 1858
Very bulbous, flared rim, a heart centers the date 1858 - SOLD


Antique, Redware Ovoid Jug, Copper Oxide Green Glaze
Likely French, 1858
Very bulbous, flared rim, a heart centers the date 1858, entire view 1

One glaze flake, short hairline to rim and a small chip…
else fine, displays beautifully.
(Height: 5.25")


Antique, Redware Ovoid Jug, Copper Oxide Green Glaze
Likely French, 1858
Very bulbous, flared rim, a heart centers the date 1858, entire view 2

SOLD

1283-47




Antique Redware Jug, Western New York
Unknown maker, 1840’s (Height: 10")
A nicely potted ovoid form, mottled green glaze, fine condition


Antique Redware Jug, Western New York
Unknown maker, 1840’s (Height: 10'')
A nicely potted ovoid form, mottled green glaze, fine condition, entire view 1

This glaze is associated with the "Western New York/Ontario" region.


Antique Redware Jug, Western New York
Unknown maker, 1840’s (Height: 10'')
A nicely potted ovoid form, mottled green glaze, fine condition, entire view 2

$675.00

1283-50




Antique Redware Ovoid Jug, Pennsylvania, Circa 1840


Antique Redware Ovoid Jug, Pennsylvania, Circa 1840, entire view 1

A robust highly ovoid 7-inch jug decorated in lead glaze with
spots of manganese. Tooled spout and base, ribbed handle.
Displays well, chipping to base, spout, and handle edges.


Antique Redware Ovoid Jug, Pennsylvania, Circa 1840, entire view 2

$395.00

1283-12




Antique Redware Jug, Very Bulbous,
Tan Glazes, Sprinkling of Manganese Brown
Southern Maine, , circa 1800-1825
A lovely form in original fine condition - SOLD



A lovely form remaining in fine original condition (Height: 8.5")







SOLD

1260-5




Redware Storage Jar, Ovoid Bristol County, Massachusetts, circa 1790-1830



Successful form with flared rim and slightly projecting foot…decorated with streaky Manganese.
(Very good original condition, minor ware constant with age and use; height: 9.5")







$3,600.00

1260-4




Redware Jar, Crock with Period Pine Cover, Carved Knob, Cork Lid Base Likely Pennsylvania, 19th Century



Glazed cylindrical redware jar, flared rim and tooled shoulder; incised midline, streaky manganese glaze over orangey pumpkin pie-to-brown glaze. (Scattered glaze flakes to rim, else fine; height: 7.25"; diameter: 6")



$575.00

1322-23




Redware Vase, Pennsylvania, Dated 1827,
Initialed “A.B.” Brown Manganese on Yellow



A rare thin-walled form in redware, the scalloped rim above a band of raised coggling… beneath the shoulder are a pair of incised concentric rings; circular two-step projecting foot. There is a small glaze flake on foot; also, flakes and rough spots to ruffled rim. Two small hairlines to rim, all else fine and original. These minor imperfections do not distract or compromise the integrity. Ex Collection of Lester & Barbara Breininger of Robesonia, Pennsylvania.
(Height: 7.75”)





$2,375.00

1256-19




English Salt-glaze Stoneware Tavern Pitcher, Molded Tavern & Hunt Scenes



19th Century…height: 6.5”



$275.00

1228-3




Ovoid Redware Jar, Handled, Gracefully Potted, Dark Brown Glaze, 19th Century


Antique Ovoid Redware Jar with Dark Brown Blaze, 19th Century, angle view

(H: 12”)

$450

1124-9


Antique Ovoid Redware Jar with Dark Brown Blaze, 19th Century, entire view


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