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Redware Jug, The Finest Known to Exist, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Date/Period: 1780-1830


Redware Jug, The Finest Known to Exist, Bristol County, Massachusetts, entire view

Measurement: Height: 10.75”

Condition: Excellent original condition, trivial tight and short glaze hairline…moot!

Illustrated: A Celebrated Industry: The Historic Wares of Southeastern Mass., Bristol
County and Cape Cod
by Justin Thomas, page 301

Additional Information: Spectacular; the combination of glaze colors is simply
outstanding…featuring crisp multicolored glaze displaying areas of apple-green,
pumpkin-orange, and yellow; with orange spots and dark splashes…overall drips
Ovoid, footed base, ribbed strap handle.

$51,000.00

1029-59


Redware Jug, The Finest Known to Exist, Bristol County, Massachusetts, scale view

Redware Jug, The Finest Known to Exist, Bristol County, Massachusetts, entire view 2

Redware Jug, The Finest Known to Exist, Bristol County, Massachusetts, entire view 3

Redware Jug, The Finest Known to Exist, Bristol County, Massachusetts, entire view 4

Redware Jug, The Finest Known to Exist, Bristol County, Massachusetts, catalog scan



Historic Political Redware Barrel, Clay & Frelinghuysen Presidential Campaign
Date/Period: 1844


Historic Political Redware Barrel, Clay & Frelinghuysen Presidential Campaign, entire view

Measurement: Height: 6.75"

Material: Redware, yellow slip

Condition: Fine original condition

Additional Information: A unique presidential campaign rarity!
Clay, Henry, American (1777-1852), Presidential Candidate
Frelinghuysen, Theodore, American (1787-1862), Vice-Presidential Candidate

$21,000.00

232-414


Historic Political Redware Barrel, Clay & Frelinghuysen Presidential Campaign, entire view 2

Historic Political Redware Barrel, Clay & Frelinghuysen Presidential Campaign, detail view

Historic Political Redware Barrel, Clay & Frelinghuysen Presidential Campaign, entire view 3

Historic Political Redware Barrel, Clay & Frelinghuysen Presidential Campaign, entire view 4



Ovoid Redware Jar, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Beautiful Glaze
Date/Period: Circa 1780-1830


Ovoid Redware Jar, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Beautiful Glaze, entire view

Measurement: Height: 7.5”

Condition: Large chip to tooled rim, glaze hairlines, however…holds water

Additional Information: Incised shoulder, yellow, salmon, light green and drippy brown

$5,750.00

1029-64


Ovoid Redware Jar, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Beautiful Glaze, entire view 2

Ovoid Redware Jar, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Beautiful Glaze, ruler view

Ovoid Redware Jar, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Beautiful Glaze, detail view



Redware Jar, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Unusual Color Combination
Date/Period: 1780-1830 - SOLD


Redware Jar, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Unusual Color Combination, entire view

Measurement: Height: 8”

Condition: Generally excellent, no restoration, few tiny chips and minor glaze loss

Additional Information: Dark brown dripping at mouth, else spattered brown, apple
green and salmon

SOLD

1029-65


Redware Jar, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Unusual Color Combination, scale view

Redware Jar, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Unusual Color Combination, entire view 2



Fine Cylindrical Redware Jar, Two Abstract Fish-Design
Attributed to Nathaniel Seymour, Hartford, Connecticut
Date/Period: 1800 to 1825


Fine Cylindrical Redware Jar, Two Abstract Fish-Design Attributed to Nathaniel Seymour, Hartford, Connecticut, entire view

Measurement: Height: 8”

Condition: Scattered loss to slip decoration, expected and minor roughness to rim, no
restoration; displays well

Literature: This piece will soon be illustrated in Justin Thomas’s new 507-page book –
A City on the River: The Early Red Earthenware of the Hartford, Connecticut Area

Additional Information: White splashes of slip, abstract fishes, splashed with green
spots on rusty colored glaze

$3,750.00

1029-66


Fine Cylindrical Redware Jar, Two Abstract Fish-Design Attributed to Nathaniel Seymour, Hartford, Connecticut, entire view 2



Redware Rundlet, Hard Cider & Log Cabin, William Henry Harrison Campaign
Possibly Maine…definitely northern New England, Extremely Rare & Unique
Date/Period: Circa 1840


Redware Rundlet, Hard Cider & Log Cabin, William Henry Harrison Campaign Possibly Maine…definitely northern New England, Extremely Rare & Unique, entire view

Measurement: Height: 5"

Material: Redware, beautiful cream glaze

Condition: Very good with only a few trivial vestiges of time, [tiny] chips at barrel rim
that do not distract, displays very well.

Additional Information: Ovoid barrel form having incised bands centering a Log Cabin
and “HARD CIDER” …Great early political piece. Wonderfully glazed red earthenware
rundlet that is attributed to northern New England, and probably made in Maine,
although this type of glaze is found with potteries in central and northern New England.

During the months before the 1840 presidential election, the Whig party designed a
campaign that pitted a heroic William Henry Harrison against the aristocrat Martin Van
Buren, whom they nicknamed “Van Ruin,” blaming him for the disastrous banking
failures of 1837. The Democratic party chose to emphasize Harrison's advanced age,
with one paper commenting "Give him a barrel of hard cider, and ... a pension of two
thousand [dollars] a year ... and ... he will sit the remainder of his days in his log
cabin."
This negative campaign did not produce desired effect. The Whigs turned the
campaign to their own benefit, declaring Harrison as "The Log Cabin & Hard Cider
Candidate"
. Unlike Van Buren who was a spoiled dandy, Harrison was a man of the
people from a humble farm in North Bend, Ohio. Although Harrison had come from a
wealthy family, his frontier life was successful in connecting him to the public. The Whig
party produced campaign paraphernalia featuring log cabins and barrels of hard cider.
Harrison campaigned vigorously and won. Harrison served only one month as president
before dying of pneumonia on April 4, 1841.

$7,275.00

232-412


Redware Rundlet, Hard Cider & Log Cabin, William Henry Harrison Campaign Possibly Maine…definitely northern New England, Extremely Rare & Unique, entire view 2

Redware Rundlet, Hard Cider & Log Cabin, William Henry Harrison Campaign Possibly Maine…definitely northern New England, Extremely Rare & Unique, entire view 3

Redware Rundlet, Hard Cider & Log Cabin, William Henry Harrison Campaign Possibly Maine…definitely northern New England, Extremely Rare & Unique, entire view 4

Redware Rundlet, Hard Cider & Log Cabin, William Henry Harrison Campaign Possibly Maine…definitely northern New England, Extremely Rare & Unique, detail view 1

Redware Rundlet, Hard Cider & Log Cabin, William Henry Harrison Campaign Possibly Maine…definitely northern New England, Extremely Rare & Unique, detail view 2

Redware Rundlet, Hard Cider & Log Cabin, William Henry Harrison Campaign Possibly Maine…definitely northern New England, Extremely Rare & Unique, detail view 3

Redware Rundlet, Hard Cider & Log Cabin, William Henry Harrison Campaign Possibly Maine…definitely northern New England, Extremely Rare & Unique, detail view 4



Redware Jar, Splotches of Manganese Against Pumpkin Pie Orange Glaze
West Hartford, Connecticut, Goodwin Family Pottery
Date/Period: Circa 1840


Redware Jar, Splotches of Manganese Against Pumpkin Pie Orange Glaze West Hartford, Connecticut, Goodwin Family Pottery, entire view

Measurement: Height: 7.875"; diameter: 5"

Material: Redware

Condition: Very good, one shallow chip to rim, scattered trivial chips to base

Additional Information: Dramatic decoration similar to Pecker Pottery traditions.

$1,050.00

1256-114


Redware Jar, Splotches of Manganese Against Pumpkin Pie Orange Glaze West Hartford, Connecticut, Goodwin Family Pottery, entire view

Redware Jar, Splotches of Manganese Against Pumpkin Pie Orange Glaze West Hartford, Connecticut, Goodwin Family Pottery, entire view 3

Redware Jar, Splotches of Manganese Against Pumpkin Pie Orange Glaze West Hartford, Connecticut, Goodwin Family Pottery, entire view 4



Redware, Storage Jar, Manganese Decoration, Probably Norwalk, Connecticut
Date/Period: 1820-1840 - SOLD


Redware, Storage Jar, Manganese Decoration, Probably Norwalk, Connecticut, entire view

Measurement: Height: 9.75"

Condition: Very good…commensurate with age and use; displays well; typical trivial
dings to high spot of rim and foot. There is a single chip to inside of rim.

Additional Information: A large example featuring large dramatic splotched of
manganese…tooled/ribbed rim and applied delicate handles.

SOLD

984-30


Redware, Storage Jar, Manganese Decoration, Probably Norwalk, Connecticut, entire view 2



Molded Redware Seated Spaniel Bank, Pennsylvania or Ohio
Date/Period: 19th Century - SOLD


Molded Redware Seated Spaniel Bank, Pennsylvania or Ohio, entire view

Measurement: Height: 10"

Material: Redware, manganese and copper glaze

Condition: Scattered small glaze flakes, else fine

Additional Information: This pooch sports a collar with chain and lock.

SOLD

1127-37


Molded Redware Seated Spaniel Bank, Pennsylvania or Ohio, entire view 2

Molded Redware Seated Spaniel Bank, Pennsylvania or Ohio, bottom view



Redware Seated Spaniel on Base, Crisply Molded, Great Impression
Date/Period: 19th Century


Redware Seated Spaniel on Base, Crisply Molded, Great Impression, entire view

Measurement: Height: 8"

Material: Redware, manganese glaze

Additional Information: Must have been one of the first out of the mold…very sharp,
great character.

$495.00

1127-39


Redware Seated Spaniel on Base, Crisply Molded, Great Impression, entire view 2

Redware Seated Spaniel on Base, Crisply Molded, Great Impression, base view



Redware Seated Spaniel on Base, A Folksy Example, American
Date/Period: Mid-19th Century - SOLD


Molded Redware Seated Spaniel Bank, Pennsylvania or Ohio, entire view

Measurement: Height: 6"

Material: Redware, lead glaze

Condition: Very good, couple trivial glaze losses, displays very well

SOLD

1127-42


Molded Redware Seated Spaniel Bank, Pennsylvania or Ohio, entire view 2

Molded Redware Seated Spaniel Bank, Pennsylvania or Ohio, base view



Nineteenth Century Redware Jug
Date/Period: 1830-1860


Nineteenth Century Redware Jug, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 6.5"

Material: Redware, brown glaze with golden highlights

Condition: Fine original condition

Additional Information: Beautifully potted, flared neck, applied handle, tooled base.

$475.00

984-35


Nineteenth Century Redware Jug, entire view 2

Nineteenth Century Redware Jug, entire view 3

Nineteenth Century Redware Jug, bottom view

Nineteenth Century Redware Jug, spout view



Redware Jug, Speckled and Streaked Manganese Against Orangey Red
New York State
Date/Period: 1850-1860


Redware Jug, Speckled and Streaked Manganese Against Orangey Red New York State, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 9.75"

Condition: Few chips to slightly projecting tooled foot else fine and original

Additional Information: Applied ribbed handle and tooled spot; shoulder displays
areas of streaky manganese, else speckled manganese against orangey red ground.

$335.00

314-123


Redware Jug, Speckled and Streaked Manganese Against Orangey Red New York State, entire view 2

Redware Jug, Speckled and Streaked Manganese Against Orangey Red New York State, entire view 3



Redware Vase, Lead Glaze Spotted with Green Likely Western New York or Ontario, circa 1880-1910


Redware Vase, Lead Glaze Spotted with Green
Likely Western New York or Ontario, circa 1880-1910, entire view

Beautifully potted with tooled foot; fine condition; height: 5.5”

$145.00

SHF-355




Redware Jar, Lidded, Manganese Striped Decoration, Likely Pennsylvania
Date/Period: 1830-1850


Redware Jar, Lidded, Manganese Striped Decoration, Likely Pennsylvania, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 10.5"

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.

$875.00

984-13


Redware Jar, Lidded, Manganese Striped Decoration, Likely Pennsylvania, entire view 2

Redware Jar, Lidded, Manganese Striped Decoration, Likely Pennsylvania, entire view 3

Redware Jar, Lidded, Manganese Striped Decoration, Likely Pennsylvania, entire view 4

Redware Jar, Lidded, Manganese Striped Decoration, Likely Pennsylvania, entire view 5



Redware Jug, Diminutive, Flared Spout, Slightly Ovoid, Maine
Possibly Potter John Corliss, Days Ferry, Maine
Date/Period: 1800-1830 - SOLD


Redware Jug, Diminutive, Flared Spout, Slightly Ovoid, Maine Possibly Potter John Corliss, Days Ferry, Maine, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 5.75"

Condition: Excellent, small smooth shallow flake to side of handle, darkened with age.

Additional Information: A nifty little jug with flared spout continuing to tooled-rim; strap
handle. Light brown fine speckled glaze with scattered hints of sage green.

SOLD

984-21


Redware Jug, Diminutive, Flared Spout, Slightly Ovoid, Maine Possibly Potter John Corliss, Days Ferry, Maine, entire view 2

Redware Jug, Diminutive, Flared Spout, Slightly Ovoid, Maine Possibly Potter John Corliss, Days Ferry, Maine, entire view 3

Redware Jug, Diminutive, Flared Spout, Slightly Ovoid, Maine Possibly Potter John Corliss, Days Ferry, Maine, bottom view



Antique, Small Ovoid Redware Jug
Bristol, County, Massachusetts, circa 1790-1820
Bright orange to reddish brown glaze with a tad of green - SOLD


Antique, Small Ovoid Redware Jug
Bristol, County, Massachusetts, circa 1790-1820 
Bright orange to reddish brown glaze with a tad of green, entire view 1

A sweet little bulbous jug with strap handle in delicately tooled spout.
(Very good condition with a couple minor flaws; Height: 5.5")


Antique, Small Ovoid Redware Jug
Bristol, County, Massachusetts, circa 1790-1820 
Bright orange to reddish brown glaze with a tad of green, entire view 2

Antique, Small Ovoid Redware Jug
Bristol, County, Massachusetts, circa 1790-1820 
Bright orange to reddish brown glaze with a tad of green, entire view 3

SOLD

1283-44




Redware Pitcher, Ovoid, Pouring Spout
Likely French, circa 1800-1820


Redware Pitcher, Ovoid, Pouring Spout
Likely French, circa 1800-1820, entire view 1

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)


Redware Pitcher, Ovoid, Pouring Spout
Likely French, circa 1800-1820, entire view 2

$300.00

1283-51




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”)

$1,750

621-122




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”)

$1,750

621-121




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”)

$2,500

621-118




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”)

$2,495

621-110


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



19th Century Redware Plate, Norwalk, Connecticut
Circa 1835-1845


19th Century Redware Plate, Norwalk, Connecticut
Circa 1835-1845, entire view

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")


19th Century Redware Plate, Norwalk, Connecticut
Circa 1835-1845, bottom view

$500.00

314-78




Long Island Slip-Decorated Redware Loaf Dish,
Pinwheel Decoration
Huntington, Long Island, New York, circa 1807-1860


Long Island Slip-Decorated Redware Loaf Dish, Pinwheel Decoration
Huntington, Long Island, New York, circa 1807-1860, entire view

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")


Long Island Slip-Decorated Redware Loaf Dish, Pinwheel Decoration
Huntington, Long Island, New York, circa 1807-1860, bottom view

$1,150.00

314-79




Redware Jug, Attributed to Chesham Village, Dublin, New Hampshire, Circa 1840


Redware Jug, Attributed to Chesham Village, Dublin, New Hampshire, Circa 1840, entire view 1

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")


Redware Jug, Attributed to Chesham Village, Dublin, New Hampshire, Circa 1840, entire view 2

Redware Jug, Attributed to Chesham Village, Dublin, New Hampshire, Circa 1840, entire view 3

Redware Jug, Attributed to Chesham Village, Dublin, New Hampshire, Circa 1840, entire view 4

$1,285.00

784-34




Antique Redware Jar, Domed Lid, Decorated with Manganese Daubs
Norwalk, Connecticut or Huntington, Long Island, New York
First Half of 19th Century


Antique Redware Jar, Domed Lid, Decorated with Manganese Daubs
Norwalk, Connecticut or Huntington, Long Island, New York
First Half of 19th Century, entire view 1

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.
(Height: 13")


Antique Redware Jar, Domed Lid, Decorated with Manganese Daubs
Norwalk, Connecticut or Huntington, Long Island, New York
First Half of 19th Century, entire view 2

$2,050.00

1256-51




Antique Redware Jug, Nicely Potted Pennsylvania, circa 1840


Antique Redware Jug, Nicely Potted
Pennsylvania, circa 1840, entire view

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”)

$1,200.00

1283-8




Redware Tulip Shape Mug, Copper Oxide Green Glaze
Likely French, circa 1820 - SOLD


Redware Tulip Shape Mug, Copper Oxide Green Glaze
Likely French, circa 1820, entire view 1

The ovoid form tapers to foot and the flaring rim.
Couple minor chips and glaze flaking to rim, else fine; displays well.
(Height: 5.25")


Redware Tulip Shape Mug, Copper Oxide Green Glaze
Likely French, circa 1820, entire view 2

SOLD

1283-9




Antique, Redware Stove Footrest,
makes a Great Lamp Tidy, Stand
Pennsylvania, circa 1840


Antique, Redware Lamp Tidy, Stand
Pennsylvania, circa 1840, entire view

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".

$190.00

1283-57




Antique Redware Jug, Ribbed Strap Handle, Bold manganese Daubs
Norwalk, Connecticut or Huntington, Long Island, New York
Circa 1835-1845 (Height: 11”)


Antique Redware Jug, Ribbed Strap Handle, Bold manganese Daubs
Norwalk, Connecticut or Huntington, Long Island, New York
Circa 1835-1845 (Height: 11”), entire view 1

Lead glazed ovoid jug with footed base, semi round spout, and ribbed strap handle…the surface
decorated with large daubs of manganese covered with clear lead glaze.


Antique Redware Jug, Ribbed Strap Handle, Bold manganese Daubs
Norwalk, Connecticut or Huntington, Long Island, New York
Circa 1835-1845 (Height: 11”), entire view 2

Antique Redware Jug, Ribbed Strap Handle, Bold manganese Daubs
Norwalk, Connecticut or Huntington, Long Island, New York
Circa 1835-1845 (Height: 11”), entire view 3

$950.00

1256-48




Antique Redware Mug, Large, Concave & Incised Sides
Could be Mid-Atlantic or New England, Circa 1800-1840


Antique Redware Mug, Large, Concave & Incised Sides
Could be Mid-Atlantic or New England, Circa 1800-1840, entire view 1

(Minor rim wear and dings; height: 4"; diameter: 4.5")


Antique Redware Mug, Large, Concave & Incised Sides
Could be Mid-Atlantic or New England, Circa 1800-1840, entire view 2

Antique Redware Mug, Large, Concave & Incised Sides
Could be Mid-Atlantic or New England, Circa 1800-1840, entire view 3

Antique Redware Mug, Large, Concave & Incised Sides
Could be Mid-Atlantic or New England, Circa 1800-1840, bottom view

$450.00

1240-59




Antique Redware Jug, Smalls Size, Tall Neck, Tooled Spout & Foot
Possibly Vermont, Circa 1800-1840


Antique Redware Jug, Smalls Size, Tall Neck, Tooled Spout & Foot
Possibly Vermont, Circa 1800-1840, entire view 1

(Clean; height: 6.75")


Antique Redware Jug, Smalls Size, Tall Neck, Tooled Spout & Foot
Possibly Vermont, Circa 1800-1840, entire view 2

Antique Redware Jug, Smalls Size, Tall Neck, Tooled Spout & Foot
Possibly Vermont, Circa 1800-1840, entire view 3

$450.00

1240-58




Redware Jar, Cylindrical, Probably Connecticut, Circa 1830-1860


Redware Jar, Cylindrical, Probably Connecticut, Circa 1830-1860, entire view

Incised lines around shoulder and at center, lead glaze, orange, green and brown. Some glaze loss to high spots; chip to rim.
( Height: 8.5")

$460.00

1322-22




Redware Jug, Maine, Small Ovoid, Pronounced Foot, Applied Strap Handle Southern Maine, Early 19th Century


Redware Jug, Maine, Small Ovoid

A 7-inch vinegar jug having three incised rings at shoulder, possibly Safford
(Couple very minor nicks, one to base, another to spout.)


Redware Jug, Maine, Small Ovoid

$595.00

1322-26




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”)

$5,200

1124-7


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



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




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