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Redware Dog, Possibly Bell Pottery, Maybe Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, Circa 1840 to 1860



Seated figure clutching basket in mouth, base incised and impressed (Very good, repaired tight fissure to basket handle is glued, else fine and original; height: 5”, L: 5”, W: 2.25”)



$4,950.00

505-132




Glazed Ovoid Redware Jug,
Footed Base, New England Origin,
Likely Maine, 19th Century
Possibly potted by the Safford or Corliss shops, Circa 1800 - 1840



Ovoid jug on footed base featuring a perfectly flared spout; applied strap, handle…surface displays some drippy tan and creamy glaze with allover brown flecking. (There are two spout edge chips located in close proximity; one ping, else fine and original. Height: 9.5")



$925.00

1221-17




Redware Jar, Possibly Jacob Medinger, Pennsylvania
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 1856 to 1932


Antique Redware Jar, Possibly by Jacob Medinger, Pennsyvlania, angle view

Mottled green, drippy brown (manganese) and orange glaze
(H: 8.5", diameter: 6.5")

$785

809-63


Antique Redware Jar, Possibly by Jacob Medinger, Pennsyvlania, entire view
Antique Redware Jar, Possibly by Jacob Medinger, Pennsyvlania, base detail



A Fine Redware Dish, Green Copper and Brown Manganese Four Quill Slip
Dryville, Pennsylvania, 19th Century
Coggled rim, tight and crisp wavy decoration


Antique Redware Dish with Green and Copper Maganese, Pennsylvania, 19th Century, entire view

(Extremely fine original condition; diameter: 8”)

$6,225

1124-7


Antique Redware Dish with Green and Copper Maganese, Pennsylvania, 19th Century, with ruler for scale



Redware Plate, Coggled Rim, Yellow Slip Decoration, Inscribed Sarah's Dish
Smith and Day Pottery, Norwalk, Connecticut, Circa 1820 to 1840


Antique Coggled Rim Redware Plate inscribed Sarah's Dish, Circa 1820 to 1840, entire view

(Chips to rim, ping within “S” [Sarah] else fine; diameter: 11.25”)

$4,625

621-119




Redware Jar
Hollis, Maine
1830's
Attributed to Thomas Truxton Kendrick



Having white slip and manganese splotch glaze; the pot with tooled lip and collar remains in fine condition with only extremely minor glaze nicks on rim. See Folk Art In Maine, Uncommon Treasures-1750-1925 by Kevin Murphy and Ellen McDermott, page 92. (H: 6 7/8"; diameter: 5.5".)

$4,245

475-49







Redware Loaf Pan, Marys (sic) Dish, Yellow Slip Decoration, Smith and Day Pottery
Norwalk Connecticut, Circa 1830 to 1840


Antique Redware Loaf Pan with Yellow 'Marys Dish' Slip Decoration, Connecticut, Circa 1830 to 1840, entire view

(Chips along the edge, some thinning and loss to slip yet attractive; H: 2.5”, W: 9.25”, D: 14.25”)

$3,995

621-110


Antique Redware Loaf Pan with Yellow 'Marys Dish' Slip Decoration, Connecticut, Circa 1830 to 1840, side view



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


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

(Tiny chip to rim, some minor slip loss as shown, else fine; diameter: 12.25”)

$3,995

621-118




Redware Plate, Coggled Rim, Yellow Slip Decoration, ABC above Scroll and Dash
Smith and Day Pottery, Norwalk, Connecticut, Circa 1820 to 1840


Antique Redware Plate with Yellow Slip Decorated ABC over Scroll, Connecticut, Circa 1820 to 1840, entire view

(Noted is a 1.5 by .5” chip to edge as shown at four o’clock, a few other scattered small chips; diameter: 10.25”)

$2,995

621-121




Redware Plate, Coggled Rim, Yellow Slip Decoration, Inscribed N.B above Scroll & Line
Smith and Day Pottery, Norwalk, Connecticut, Circa 1820 to 1840


Antique Coggled Rim Redware Plate inscribed N.B. above Scroll and Line, Circa 1820 to 1840, entire view

(Three chips to rim and tight short hairline, else fine; diameter: 9.25”)

$2,995

621-122




Redware Loaf Dish, Probably Hoyt Pottery, Norwalk, Connecticut
Circa 1790 to 1830


Antique Redware Loaf Dish, Probably Hoyt Pottery, Circa 1790 to 1830, entire view

See Norwalk Potteries by Andrew and Kate Barber Winton, page 5, plate 5; discussed on pages 6 and 7.
(Three large chips to edge as shown; slip loss; H: 2.25”, W: 13.5”, D: 11.25”)

$2,875

621-105


Antique Redware Loaf Dish, Probably Hoyt Pottery, Circa 1790 to 1830, side view



Pair Redware Dishes, Green Triple Quill Slip Decoration, Coggled Rim
Pennsylvania, 19th Century


Antique Pair of Redware Dishes with Green Triple Quill Slip Decoration, 19th Century, pair view

(Fine Condition; diameter: 7.5”)

$2,800

1120-54


Antique Pair of Redware Dishes with Green Triple Quill Slip Decoration, 19th Century, with ruler for scale



Ovoid Redware Jar, Vertical Handles, Incised Shoulder, Dark Pea Soup Green, Orange Spots
Some say Gonic, New Hampshire; other opinions abound, Circa 1820
A large and attractive jar


Antique Ovoid Redware Jar with Vertical Handles and Incised Shoulder, Circa 1820, side view 1

(Stone ping/flake to body; typical chips to rim and foot, scattered and small flaks to glaze, displays well; (H: 12.5”)

$850

SHF-288


Antique Ovoid Redware Jar with Vertical Handles and Incised Shoulder, Circa 1820, side view 2



Redware Cup with Handle, Mint
Pennsylvania
Circa 1850
Beautifully potted, applied handle, two bands of incising



(H: 3.5"; diameter: 2.75")

$1,050

402-17







19th Century Brown Redware Jar



Dimensions: 5.5" high.

$775

SHF-291




Redware Jug, Vase, Applied Molded Vine, Leaf and Berries Decoration
Unknown Maker, 19th Century


Antique Redware Jug/Vase with Applied Molded Vine and Berry Decoration, 19th Century, angle view

(Chip to the start of a single stem; H: 7.5”)

$595

331-7


Antique Redware Jug/Vase with Applied Molded Vine and Berry Decoration, 19th Century, entire view



Previous Offerings or Gone to New Homes




Redware Flask, Flattened Bottle, Manganese Decorated Shoulders, Likely Norwalk, Connecticut
Attributed to Hoyt Pottery, 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Flask with Maganese Decorated Shoulders, Connecticut, 19th Century, entire view 1

(Very good original condition; H: 6.25”)

621-109 - SOLD




Large 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 from Bean Hill Pottery, Attributed to Leffingwell, Circa 1790 to 1800, entire view

(NO chips or cracks; loss of slip as show, else fine and original; it would seem that rarity trumps the vestiges of time. (H: 2.5”, W: 14”, D: 10.5”))

621-104 - SOLD




Redware Vase, Hand Painted Country Scene, Houses, Waterfalls, Man Fishing
Early 19th Century, Likely Painted Late 19th Century, Anonymous
A forgotten folk art displaying winter and summer vignettes - SOLD


Antique Redware Vase with Painted Country Scene, Early 19th Century, view 1

(Few minor chips and dings; H: 7.75")

201-435 - SOLD




Redware Porringer, Thin Walled Handled Cup, Ovoid, Footed Base, Ribbed Handle
Likely Shenandoah Valley, Possibly Bell, Circa 1800 - SOLD


Antique Redware Porringer with Ribbed Handle and Footed Base, Circa 1800, side view 1

(Scattered glaze loss near handle; from use; some interior glaze loss otherwise very good condition; H: 2.25", diameter: 3.25")

1129-2 - SOLD




Earthenware Slip Decorated Loaf Dish, Baking Dish, Coggled Edge, Fine
England, Dated 1777 (Scratched in back before firing)
Creamy slip trails against dark chocolate body - SOLD



(Excellent original condition; 14.5 by 12.5 by 2.5")

424-236 - SOLD




Redware Dish, Wavy Bands of Trailing Creamy Yellow Slip, Coggled Rim, 12 Inch
Probably Pennsylvania
Circa 1835ish
Decorated with four groups of yellow slip trails - SOLD



(1.75 by 12")

1008-6 - SOLD




Large Political Redware Mug, the Tilden and Hendricks Noggin
Probably Concord, New Hampshire
Circa 1876
The Tilden and Hendricks Noggin, refers to the disputed 1876 presidential campaign against Rutherford Hayes, in which Tilden and Hendricks won the popular vote but lost in the Electoral College - SOLD



Large barrel shaped mug with handle having three hoops above and below incised lettering; brown and gold glazes, H: 5.75"; (some minor glaze flakes and wear to high spots, all else excellent).

417-74 - SOLD




Redware, Jars, Ovoid
Sold separately



Redware Jar, Ovoid Form, Manganese, Incised
Norwalk, Connecticut
19th Century
- SOLD
Very good original condition (H: 8.5")
336-99

Redware Jar, Ovoid, Manganese Splotches, Incised, Flaring Rim
Norwalk, Connecticut
19th Century
- SOLD
Very good condition; few rim dings (H: 8.75")
336-95




Redware Jar with Strap Handle, Ovoid, Green Glaze, 1858 within Heart
Probably Pennsylvania
19th Century - SOLD



In light brown slip, heart centering 1858, incised flaring collar
Couple kiln bumps and one dime size flake, otherwise very good (H: 5.25")

336-115 - SOLD




Redware, Jars, Jugs, Pitchers
Sold separately



Top row, left to right:
Redware Storage Jar, Gonic
New Hampshire
Circa 1830
- SOLD
Dimensions: 7.75" H, 5.5" base diameter.
336-74

Ovoid Redware Jar
Norwalk, Connecticut
Circa 1820
- SOLD
Applied lug handles, tooling beneath collar, shoulder and belly.
Dimensions: 8.5" H.
336-72

Redware Jug, Oval Form, Strap Handle
Maine
19th Century
- SOLD
Dimensions: 8.75" H.
336-59

Bottom row, left to right:
Redware Handled Mug
Pennsylvania
Circa 1830
- SOLD
Ribbed handle, incised concentric rings; rim chips.
Dimensions: 5.5" H.
336-73

Redware, Pitcher
Norwalk, Connecticut
Circa 1820
- SOLD
Strap handle with tooling, incising; rim ware.
Dimensions: 8" H.
336-71

Covered Redware Jar, Original Lid
Bristol County, Massachusetts
Circa 1800
- SOLD
Excellent Condition
Dimensions: 7" H.
336-51




Ovoid Redware Jar
New England
19th Century - SOLD



As depicted, a nicely potted jar with incised shoulder; manganese splotches and drips.
In excellent condition, with only very minor glaze-frittering on rim. Dimensions: 10.25" high.

201-307 - SOLD




Redware Dog
Pennsylvania
Circa 1850-1860 - SOLD



Molded and slab redware recumbent dog; base decorated with band of impressed crosses conforming to the perimeter. Decorated manganese slip on orangey body. Repair to neck and base. (H: 3.25 inches; length: 6.125 inches; width: 2.5 inches.)

497-34 - SOLD




SLIP DECORATED
Redware Bowl
Pennsylvania - SOLD



Molded Redware with rim...yellow slip and manganese in slip decoration; orangey glaze. The piece is restored. (H: 3 inches; diameter: 9 inches.)

497-32 - SOLD




Redware Jar, Ovoid Form
New England
Circa 1830 to 1840 - SOLD



A nicely potted jar featuring an incised shoulder, tooled lip and foot; orange glaze with green hue having two wide streaks of dark brown manganese. (H: 6.75")

384-53 - SOLD




Redware Ovoid Jar, Olive Green, Orange Halos
Possibly Gonic, New Hampshire
Early to Mid 19th Century - SOLD



A nicely potted bulbous ovoid jug with rounded foot; covered in a clear lead glaze. Attractive color with orange spotting over an olive ground. There are a few base chips, otherwise fine. (H: 8.5")

250-83 - SOLD




Redware, Handled Mug
New England
Early 19th Century - SOLD



The slightly flared cup with concentric incising at lip and above base has an applied handle; feathery and splashed slip decoration. There are a couple tiny areas of glaze loss with all else fine. (H: 3.75"; lip diameter: 4"; base diameter: 3 5/8".)

201-85 - SOLD




Redware Jar
Pea Soup Color Glaze
Possibly Maine
Early 19th Century - SOLD



As depicted, nicely potted jar with applied handles, and thick pea soup green glaze. The piece remains in excellent condition with one chip on foot. Dimensions: 9.75" high.

201-306 - SOLD




Redware Ovoid Jar
Anonymous
19th Century - SOLD



As depicted, nicely potted with applied wide strap handles that are quadruple incised and have "pinky" impressed terminus ornamentation.
The jar, standing at 10.5" remains in good condition.

201-279 - SOLD




Glazed Redware Jar
Probably Gonic, New Hampshire
Mid-19th Century - SOLD



Semi-ovoid jar with tooled shoulder and wide rim; interior and exterior covered in glaze. This pot is somewhat out-of-round and is in excellent original condition.
(H: 6.75 inches; width: 10.5 inches; depth: 9.25 inches.)

783-3 - SOLD




A Nine Inch Redware Jug
Perhaps New York - SOLD



A pinkish tan glaze with heavy green splotches.
There are three small chips on the side of spout and a "pot stone" blowout under the handle otherwise good condition and good looking. Height 9".

SHF-312 - 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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