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Stoneware Crock, H.M. Whitman, Havana, New York, Tree Decoration
Date/Period: 1860-1862


Stoneware Crock, H.M. Whitman, Havana, New York, Tree Decoration, entire view

Measurement: Height: 7”

Material: Stoneware, salt glaze, cobalt

Condition: Hairline

Additional Information: Slightly ovoid crock with tooled shoulder; applied lug
handles…impressed makers mark brushed in cobalt, “H.M. WHITMAN / HAVANA, NY,”
[New York]. Brushed tree design. Henry
H. M. Whitman, H. M. Whitman Pottery, Havana (Montour Falls), NY

$450.00

1002-422


Stoneware Crock, H.M. Whitman, Havana, New York, Tree Decoration, detail view



Stoneware Floor Urns, Arts & Crafts Garden Urns, Wheatley Pottery Company
Attributed to Wheatley Pottery Company, Cincinnati
Date/Period: Probably 1903-1927 - SOLD


Stoneware Floor Urns, Arts & Crafts Garden Urns, Wheatley Pottery Company Attributed to Wheatley Pottery Company, Cincinnati, entire view

Measurement: Height: 28.5"

Material: Stoneware

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: Large bulbus jars impressed with shape number: W 370; one
with a thick drippy glaze, the other smooth

SOLD

859-30




19th Century Stoneware Merchant Jug, Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Marked: “W. Simes & Co. / Portsmouth N.H. (Under capacity mark)
Attributed to Edmands Pottery, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Date/Period: 1837-1851


19th Century Stoneware Merchant Jug, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Marked: “W. Simes & Co. / Portsmouth N.H. (Under capacity mark) Attributed to Edmands Pottery, Charlestown, Massachusetts, entire view

Measurement: Two Gallons

Material: Stoneware, cobalt decoration

Condition: Allover staining that will clean; hairlines to handle, two trivial flakes to base

Additional Information: Very little marked stoneware is associated with Portsmouth,
N.H. There was no stoneware production in Portsmouth; most of the domestic
stoneware found was almost always produced at the stoneware potteries of
Charlestown, Massachusetts.

This exciting jug bears the merchant mark of William Simes (1806-1880) who was an
important figure in nineteenth century Portsmouth. Records at the New Hampshire
Historical Society and the Portsmouth Athenaeum indicate that he operated as a dry
goods merchant in Portsmouth from 1837 to 1851. (We have compiled a dossier
regarding the esteemed Simes family). William Simes apparently continued in the family
business as a dry goods merchant that descended in his family starting with John Simes
who migrated to from England to New Hampshire about 1736. The Historical Society
owns a Hard Times Token marked; “William Simes & Co. Dealers in Teas, Wines &
Groceries / No. 1 Pierce’s Buildings / Portsmouth N.H.”
The other side is dated “1837.”
The cobalt decorated bird is associated with production in Charlestown by Emands
Pottery; probably by Barnabas Edmands’ (1778-1872) shop, a pot-works that was
established at 55 Austin Street by Edmands and his brother-in-law William Boroughs in
1812.

Simes was elected mayor of Portsmouth in 1861, he died in 1880.

$2,750.00

309-4


19th Century Stoneware Merchant Jug, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Marked: “W. Simes & Co. / Portsmouth N.H. (Under capacity mark) Attributed to Edmands Pottery, Charlestown, Massachusetts, entire view 2

19th Century Stoneware Merchant Jug, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Marked: “W. Simes & Co. / Portsmouth N.H. (Under capacity mark) Attributed to Edmands Pottery, Charlestown, Massachusetts, entire view 3

19th Century Stoneware Merchant Jug, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Marked: “W. Simes & Co. / Portsmouth N.H. (Under capacity mark) Attributed to Edmands Pottery, Charlestown, Massachusetts, detail view 1

19th Century Stoneware Merchant Jug, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Marked: “W. Simes & Co. / Portsmouth N.H. (Under capacity mark) Attributed to Edmands Pottery, Charlestown, Massachusetts, detail view 2

19th Century Stoneware Merchant Jug, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Marked: “W. Simes & Co. / Portsmouth N.H. (Under capacity mark) Attributed to Edmands Pottery, Charlestown, Massachusetts, detail view 3

19th Century Stoneware Merchant Jug, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Marked: “W. Simes & Co. / Portsmouth N.H. (Under capacity mark) Attributed to Edmands Pottery, Charlestown, Massachusetts, detail view 4



Stoneware, Ovoid Jar, James Remmey,
Manhattan-Wells, New York, Cobalt Incised Floral Decoration
Impressed Mark Brushed in Cobalt, Open Loop Handles, Circa 1810; RARE


Stoneware Ovoid Jar by James Remmey, Circa 1810, angle view

Salt glazed, impressed makers within cobalt circle; back displays incised floral-leaf decoration brushed in blue; additional cobalt highlights to handle terminals, interior with Albany slip. (There is a .25" chip to rim, a single stone ping and a very tight and fine approximately 1" hairline; one handle superbly restored/replaced.)
(H: 11.5")

$4,250

1124-3


Stoneware Ovoid Jar by James Remmey, Circa 1810, entire view
Stoneware Ovoid Jar by James Remmey, Circa 1810, maker detail



Stoneware Barrel Form Water Cooler,
Bands Unknown maker,
New York or New England,
Circa 1880-1890


Stoneware Barrel Form Water Cooler, Bands Unknown maker, entire view

Stoneware Barrel Form Water Cooler, Bands
Unknown maker, New York or new England, Circa 1880-1890

$535.00

1322-31




4-Gallon Stoneware Crock, Brushed and Slip Trailed Cobalt Paddle Tail Bird Decoration
Unsigned, Impressed 4, Likely N.Y., 19th Century


Antique Four Gallon Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Bird Decoration, 19th Century, angle view

Semi-ovoid with tooled collar, semi-rounded rim, applied lug handles; deep, dark, greasy cobalt blue decoration featuring a detailed bird perched on flowering vine.
(Excellent condition; H: 12.5”)

$785

492-167


Antique Four Gallon Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Bird Decoration, 19th Century, entire view
Antique Four Gallon Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Bird Decoration, 19th Century, mark detail



Stoneware, Crocks, Cobalt Decoration
Sold separately


Antique Large Salt Glazed Stoneware Jar, Early 19th Century, entire view 1

Stoneware, Crock, Two Gallon, J.T. Winslow, Cobalt Floral Decoration
Portland, Maine, Circa 1840
Impressed maker's mark, straight sided jar, rounded shoulder, flared rim and applied handles

(Chips to one handle, ping; H: 11.5")
$235
167-35

Removed at Owner's Request




Stoneware, Jugs, Jar, Crock, Norton, Vermont
Sold separately


Stoneware, Jugs, Jar, Crock, Norton, Vermont, entire view

Stoneware, Jug, One Gallon, E. & L.P. Norton, Bennington, Vermont
Edward Norton & Luman Preston Norton, Circa 1870 (Worked together 1861 to 1881)
Impressed mark brushed in cobalt one gallon, slip trailed cobalt leaf design

(Short hairline to back of spout, staining as shown and a couple stone pings, else fine; 11" tall.)
$245
167-18

Stoneware Jug, E. & L.P. Norton, Bennington, Vermont, Strong Cobalt Decoration
Edward Norton & Luman Preston Norton, Circa 1870 (Worked together 1861 to 1881)
Impressed Mark Brushed in Cobalt
- SOLD
Two Gallon, flattened spout rim, applied handle, slip-trailed leaf design
(Excellent condition; H: 14.25")

167-14

Stoneware Jar, Crock, J & E Norton, Bennington, Vermont, Strong Cobalt
Julius and Edward Norton, Circa 1850 to 1859)
Impressed Mark Brushed in Cobalt
- SOLD
1.5- Gallon, slip trailed leaf design
(Excellent Original Condition; H: 10.5")
167-15





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