Condition: Very good with typical old and dark chips to outermost rim of cover; minor
dings to rim, one chip to foot. Displays well.
Additional Information: Flared neck receiving the slightly domed cover with knob and
tooled rim; straight sides belted at center continuing to tooled-foot. Manganese brown
stripes against a splotchy green and orange glaze.
The ovoid form tapers to neck with concentric incising and the flared rim; strap handle; a
meandering vine issuing glowers done in white slip ornaments the circumference
against dark olive glaze displaying pumpkin pie dots. [color of underglaze]
(Scatted glaze wear to rim…small chip and a small area of wear to side of handle
commensurate with use. (Height: 8.75)
A slip decorated redware plate, American, probably Norwalk, Connecticut, circa 1840,
with coggled edge [rim], the interior decorated with large looping zigzag lines of yellow
slip. Several rim chips as depicted; flakes to slip on interior. (Diameter: 10.25")
A rare small-sized redware loaf dish with geometric yellow slip decoration and a crisp
coggled edge…the large central design features a crossed circle within scalloped
border. Excellent original as-made condition, with an innocuous in-the-firing contact
mark to rim, a second contact mark to reverse, and some slight in-the-firing warping to
one edge. Displays beautifully. (Height: 1.5"; width: 10.75"; depth: 7.25")
Thick beautifully tooled spout; applied reeded strap handle, straight sides. The surface
is decorated with allover daubs of green on orange ground with brown speckling
covered in a clear lead glaze. Excellent original condition; displays well. (Height: 9.25")
A very appealing bulbous jar with footed base, applied lug handles, and tooling around shoulder, the
surface decorated with splashes of manganese covered in clear lead glaze.
The domed lid features a slightly pointed finial.
Beautifully tooled spout on inwardly curved neck continuing to ovoid sides tapering
inward to foot. Splashes of green glaze on pumpkin pie orange. Ribbed strap handle
with thumbprint at terminus. (Old shallow chip to spout rim; chips to foot; height: 8”)
Cast-iron stoves rested on footrests to keep them off the floor; rimmed top held
stove feet. See page 139 of Thrown, Fired and Glazed: the Redware Tradition
From Pennsylvania and Beyond by Jennifer Royer Landid valley Village and farm
Museum, 2020) Chip to inside of rim as depicted; Height: 3.125"; diameter: 3.5".
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