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Dated Westerwald Salt Glazed Stoneware Birnbauchkrug, Pear Shape Jug
Germany, Dated 1697


Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, angle view 1

Applied and scratched decoration, octagonal medallion with Imperial eagle and date “1697” carefully brushed in cobalt; pewter mounted. See, Steinzeug, Kunstgewerbe museum, page 342, numbers 538 and 539. (Pewter lid shows minor restoration and imperfections that do not distract, all else fine and original. Height: 12”)

$5,350

1012-121


Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, entire view
Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, angle view 2
Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, mouth detail
Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, handle detail
Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, angle view 2
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Outstanding Massive Westerwald Salt Glazed Stoneware Tankard, Dogs Chasing Game Germany, Circa 1700
Rare Size and Quality…Commands Attention
Five bands of repeated molded ornamentation brushed in cobalt, pewter mounted


Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, angle view 1

(The height without pewter lid is approximately 10 3/8”, diameter of base: 6”. The pewter lid appears to be original, has a very old repair)

$5,325

1012-120


Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, entire view
Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, angle view 2
Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, mouth detail
Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, handle detail



Outstanding Rare Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Ball Pitcher, Dated 1694
Gray stoneware brushed in deep cobalt and mangnese, 14.5"!


Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, angle view 1

Applied and incised decoration, ribbed strap handle. Roundels show Louis the Great king of France and Navarra (Pamplona Spain) and Marie Therese Queen of France.
See, Steinzeug, Kunstgewerbemuseum, page 354, number 570.
(Minor and small fill to cobalt, else fine and original)

$11,950

1012-117


Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, entire view
Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, angle view 2
Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, mouth detail
Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, handle detail
Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Kugelbachkanne, Dated 1694, medallion detail



Salt Glazed Westerwald Weihwasserbecken, Holy Water Font, Applied Decoration
Circa 1720 to 1740; brushed in cobalt


Antique Salt Glazed Westerwald Holy Water Font, Circa 1720 to 1740, angle view

See, Steinzeug, Kunstgewerbemuseum, page 419, numbers 772, 773, 774
(Fine original condition; 5.5 by 2.5 by 2.5")

$1,600

1012-113


Antique Salt Glazed Westerwald Holy Water Font, Circa 1720 to 1740, entire view
Antique Salt Glazed Westerwald Holy Water Font, Circa 1720 to 1740, top detail
Antique Salt Glazed Westerwald Holy Water Font, Circa 1720 to 1740, decoration detail



Outstanding Westerwald Steinzeug Krug, Incised, Brushed in Cobalt and Manganese
Circa 1700; original pewter mountings


Antique Westerwald Steinzeug Krug Brushed in Cobalt and Manganese, Circa 1700, angle view 1

See Steinzeug, page 380, number 648
(Mentioned for accuracy are two tiny imperfections to pewter lid that do not distract or compromise; single lobe-tip of thumber shell is missing and there is a half-inch open-seam at lid dome; overall H: 11”)

$1,765

1012-110


Antique Westerwald Steinzeug Krug Brushed in Cobalt and Manganese, Circa 1700, angle view 2
Antique Westerwald Steinzeug Krug Brushed in Cobalt and Manganese, Circa 1700, rear angle
Antique Westerwald Steinzeug Krug Brushed in Cobalt and Manganese, Circa 1700, lid detail



FINE & RARE Westerwald Kruke, Hexagon, Rounded Shoulders, Original Pewter
OUTSTANDING storage jar, super fine incised ornamentation brushed in cobalt


Antique Westerwald Kruke with Rounded Shoulders and Original Pewter, entire view

(H: 9.25”, diameter: 5.5”)

$2,485

1012-107


Antique Westerwald Kruke with Rounded Shoulders and Original Pewter, angle view
Antique Westerwald Kruke with Rounded Shoulders and Original Pewter, cap detail
Antique Westerwald Kruke with Rounded Shoulders and Original Pewter, base detail



Westerwald Salt Glazed Birnbauchkrug, Krug, Pear Shape, Pewter Mounted Applied Floral Decoration Brushed in Cobalt, Circa 1700
See Steinzeug, page 349, number 555


Antique Westerwald Salt Glazed Birnbauchkrug, Circa 1700, angle view 1

(Tiny shallow flake and repair to lid, hairline; overall H: 12”)

$1,775

1012-109


Antique Westerwald Salt Glazed Birnbauchkrug, Circa 1700, angle view 2
Antique Westerwald Salt Glazed Birnbauchkrug, Circa 1700, lid detail
Antique Westerwald Salt Glazed Birnbauchkrug, Circa 1700, lip detail
Antique Westerwald Salt Glazed Birnbauchkrug, Circa 1700, crack detail
Antique Westerwald Salt Glazed Birnbauchkrug, Circa 1700, handle detail
Antique Westerwald Salt Glazed Birnbauchkrug, Circa 1700, base detail



Westerwald Pitcher, Salt Glazed, Incised Decoration Brushed in Cobalt
Germany, Early 19th Century


Antique Salt Glazed Westerwald Pitcher, German, 19th Century, side view

(Excellent original condition; H: 10”)

$395

843-261


Antique Salt Glazed Westerwald Pitcher, German, 19th Century, front view
Antique Salt Glazed Westerwald Pitcher, German, 19th Century, rear angle view



Westerwald Kugelbauchkrug Ball-Shaped Stein, Salt Glaze Stoneware, Steinzug, 1684
Roundels read: GLORIA IN EXCELSIS DEO ANNO 1684 IB
Lovely jug, ribbed strap handle, incised shoulder, tooled spout, 3-dated roundels, cobalt


Antique Westerwald Ball Shaped Stein, Salt Glaze, 1684, facing right view

(Very good original condition with typical glaze hairlines; H: 14.75”)

$2,750

1012-98


Antique Westerwald Ball Shaped Stein, Salt Glaze, 1684, entire view
Antique Westerwald Ball Shaped Stein, Salt Glaze, 1684, facing left view
Antique Westerwald Ball Shaped Stein, Salt Glaze, 1684, spout detail
Antique Westerwald Ball Shaped Stein, Salt Glaze, 1684, medallion detail



Westerwald Kugelbauchkrug, Large Ball Shaped Stoneware Jug, Pewter Mounted
Germany, Circa 1730 to 1740
Unusual size and quality, robust greasy blue cobalt!


Antique Westerwald Ball Shaped Jug, Pewter Mounted, Circa 1730 to 1740, angle view 1

This piece features an original pewter lid with shell-form thumbpiece mirroring impressed decoration. The neck is ribbed and brushed in cobalt; shoulder with impressed decorative devices is also brushed in deep cobalt; above three impressed rosettes, the center flanked by rampant lions. (Excellent original condition; H: 14.5”)

$2,565

1012-100


Antique Westerwald Ball Shaped Jug, Pewter Mounted, Circa 1730 to 1740, entire view
Antique Westerwald Ball Shaped Jug, Pewter Mounted, Circa 1730 to 1740, angle view 2
Antique Westerwald Ball Shaped Jug, Pewter Mounted, Circa 1730 to 1740, decoration detail



Salt Glazed Stoneware Mug, Krug, Westerwald, Incised and Applied Decoration
Germany
Circa 1690



Excellent condition, perhaps two short hairlines at lip.
Dimensions: 8" H.

$5,735

570-340







Westerwald Krug, Jug, Birnbauchkrug, City Views, Likely Koln (Cologne) Pewter Mounted
Germany, Circa 1700
Large, crisp and amazing piece in perfect original condition


Antique Westerwald Krug Jug with City Views, Pewter Mounted, Germany, Circa 1700, left angle view

(H: 14.5”)

$3,985

1012-89


Antique Westerwald Krug Jug with City Views, Pewter Mounted, Germany, Circa 1700, right angle view
Antique Westerwald Krug Jug with City Views, Pewter Mounted, Germany, Circa 1700, city views detail
Antique Westerwald Krug Jug with City Views, Pewter Mounted, Germany, Circa 1700, lid detail
Antique Westerwald Krug Jug with City Views, Pewter Mounted, Germany, Circa 1700, strap detail
Antique Westerwald Krug Jug with City Views, Pewter Mounted, Germany, Circa 1700, base detail



Salt Glazed Stoneware Lidded Pitcher, Kugelbauchkanne, Pewter Mounted
Westerwald or Raeren, Germany, Circa 1680 to 1700
Great size and quality, the lid is likely original; cobalt and manganese



See Steinzeug, Kunstgewerbemuseum Der Stadt Koln, Koln 1986; page 346, plate 549.
(Fine original condition including pewter mount; H: 10")

$3,125

1012-67








Westerwald Inkstand, Desk Set, Natural Color, Gray Saltglaze, Freely Modeled
Germany
Circa 1740
A rare form in excellent condition



Hollow circular form, the turret centered by a pair of lions standing proud with paws on tree stumps; hollow base pierced with heart centering round voids that receive the inkpot and sanding pot; the whole raised on a base of pierced cells. For similar examples see Steinzeug, pp., 403 and 404 (H: 5", W: 5.75", D: 5.75")

$2,250

1012-32









Saltglaze Stoneware Enghalskanne, Ewer, Molded Mask, Loop Handle, Pewter Mounted
Westerwald
Circa 1650



Oviform with molded and applied mask on flared cylindrical neck, the body with applied roundel ornament is brushed in blue; handle with curled tail. See Steinzeug, page 334.
(Excellent original condition: H: 11.5")

$2,185

1012-26








Westerwald Inkstand, Gray Salt Glazed Stoneware Brushed in Blue
Westerwald, Germany
Circa 1750 - SOLD



The slightly overhanging rectangular top with scalloped and notched border accommodating two removable inkpots and pen-stand; front and sides pierced with foliate and tulip grid centering standinghuman forms; the projecting base also scalloped and notched. This scarce object remains in fine original condition; both pots are period, one is slightly different and may have been potted by a different hand. (H: 3.25", W: 7.25"; D: 3.5") To view other Westerwald inkstands see the Steinzeug catalogue of the Kunstgewerbemuseum, figures 719-730.

1012-36 - SOLD








Salt Glazed Stoneware Spouted Tankard, Jonah and the Whale, Westerwald
Germany, Friesen
Circa 1700 to 1750



Tankard with images of Jonah and the Whale from Westerwald, Germany. Fine condition.
Literature: Steinzeug, Koln 1986, page 364, plate 597.
Dimensions: 6" H.

$1,425

1012-4








Salt Glazed Stoneware Tankard, Westerwald, GR Cypher, Incised, Brushed in Cobalt and Manganese
Germany, Circa 1720


Antique Salt Glazed Westerwald Tankard with GR Cypher, Circa 1720, left angle view

(One ping above roundel, else fine and original; H: 6.5”)

$825

1142-5


Antique Salt Glazed Westerwald Tankard with GR Cypher, Circa 1720, front view
Antique Salt Glazed Westerwald Tankard with GR Cypher, Circa 1720, right angle view



Westerwald White Salt Glazed Stoneware Ewer, Pitcher, All Over Floral Relief and Incised Vine
Germany, Mid 17th Century


Antique Westerwald Stoneware Ewer/Pitcher, German, Mid 17th Century, angle view

(Long vernicle hairline; couple of horizontal hairlines; this piece is worthy of restoration; H: 9.5")

$785

1008-41


Antique Westerwald Stoneware Ewer/Pitcher, German, Mid 17th Century, front view
Antique Westerwald Stoneware Ewer/Pitcher, German, Mid 17th Century, side view



Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug, GR, Picked out in Blue, Scarce Small Size
Westerwald
Germany
Circa 1715 to 1725
Made for British Market, Brushed in Cobalt



Superb original condition.
Dimensions: 5" H.

$565

1012-3







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A Fine Salt Glazed Birnbauchkrug, Westerwald 1690, Seal of Amsterdam, Pewter Mounted
Germany, fine quality, applied and incized decoration - SOLD


Antique Salt Glazed Birnbauchkrug, Seal of Amsterdam, 1690, angle view

See Steinzeug, Kunstgewerbemuseum, page 340, number 535
(small section of bullets surrounding seal are missing from manufacturing process; H: 7.25”)

1012-116 - SOLD




Westerwald Salt Glazed Stoneware Krug, Jug Brushed in Cobalt and Manganese
Germany, Circa 1700 - SOLD


Antique Westerwald Salt Glazed Stoneware Krug, Germany, Circa 1700, angle view 1

Impressed & Applied Decoration, H: 8.5” (Lid likely a working period addition)
See Steinzeug book, Koln 1986, page 346, number 549 and page 347 number 550

1012-112 - SOLD




A FINE and Small Westerwald Gray & Blue Salt Glazed Jug, Pewter Mounted Krug
Germany, Circa 1625; likely by a Raeren potter - SOLD


Antique Westerwald Gray and Blue Salt Glazed Jug, German, Circa 1625, angle view

Siegburg molded decoration, very fine quality, most likely made by a Raeren potter.
See Steinzeug book, Koln 1986, page 305, number 441

1012-111 - SOLD




Westerwald Salt Glaze Stoneware Pewter Mounted Mug, Rare Small Size
Germany, Circa 1700, perhaps a tad earlier - SOLD


Antique Westerwald Salt Glaze Stoneware Pewter Mounted Mug, Circa 1700, angle view 1

See Steinzeug, page 367, numbers 606 and 607 for related form; similar roundels are found on page 370 of Early Stoneware Steins from the Les Paul Collection
(H: 6”, diameter: 3”)

1012-105 - SOLD




Stoneware, Pitcher, Jug, Westerwald, Globular, Crowned Lions Passant
Large capacity, incised flowers, applied roundels of grapes, leaves and portraits
Germany
Circa 1650 - SOLD



The molded strap handle with scrolled terminus has a chip as does the backside of spout at rim, otherwise excellent original condition.
Dimensions: 13" H.

570-254 - SOLD




Salt Glazed Stoneware Lidded Barrel Form Jug, Tulip Decoration, Brushed in Blue
Westerwald, Germany
Circa 1720 to 1750
Pewter lid - SOLD



This type of jug was made for the Dutch market, which was important to Westerwald potters. Because of wars, Eastern Europe was economically suffering (Hungary, Austria and Poland), therefore potters produced wares appealing to the tastes of wealthy countries in the West like Holland and England. Two shallow chips to rim, one small shallow flake to underside of foot; chip to lower handle terminus, all else fine.
Dimensions: 8" H.

1012-6 - SOLD




Westerwald, Salt Glazed Stoneware Barrel Keg, Amazing Seal, Incised, Ribbed
Germany, Circa 1700
Original tap and screw, two seals, extremely rare
See Steinzeug book, Koln 1986, page 413, numbers 756 and 757. - SOLD


Antique Westerwald Stoneware Barrel Keg with Amazing Seal, Germany, Circa 1700, left angle view

(The barrel remains in fine original condition, albeit chipped, amazingly; the original bung-plug (cap) is present; brass tap is likely original; H: 11.25”)

1012-92 - SOLD




Westerwald, Salt Glazed Stoneware Salt Bowl, Stand, Extremely Rare
Germany, First Half of the 18th Century
See Die Kunst der Deutschen Steinzeug book, Koln 1986, page 197 - SOLD


Antique Westerwald Salt Bowl, Salt Glazed, Germany, 18th Century, angle view

(Some loss to one side of projecting foot/base, doesn’t distract or compromise the rarity and beauty; H: 3.5”)

1012-93 - SOLD




Salt Glaze Stoneware Jug, Pear Shaped, Pewter Mounted, Birnbauchkanne
Westerwald Germany
Circa 1700 - SOLD



The lid with incised and wriggled border is inscribed AGEIS, perhaps a nickname for owner who was interested in the Greek God Zeus. The body features applied and scratched ornamentation. There are a couple small edge dings and a small shallow flake to base with all else fine and original. See Steinzeug, page 346, number 548.
Dimensions: 7.75" H.

1012-12 - SOLD




Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug, Westerwald, Flower Decoration, Kerpschnitt
Westerwald Germany
Circa 1800 - SOLD



The incised (Kerpschnitt) decoration against cobalt is centered by vertical full coverage scratched ornament within scalloped borders. This is a very nice example with only one small and shallow chip to underside of base, truly miniscule and unseen.
(Dimensions: 12" H.)

1012-14 - SOLD




Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug, GR, Picked out in Blue, Scarce Small Size
Westerwald
Germany
Circa 1715 to 1725
Made for British Market, Brushed in Cobalt and Manganese - SOLD



Superb original condition.
Dimensions: 6" H.

1012-1 - SOLD




Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug, GR, Picked out in Blue, Scarce Small Size
Westerwald
Germany
Circa 1715 to 1725
Made for British Market, Brushed in Cobalt and Manganese - SOLD



Superb original condition.
Dimensions: 6" H.

1012-2 - SOLD




Salt Glazed Stoneware Lidded Tankard, Stein, Flower Decoration, Brushed in Blue
Westerwald, Germany
Circa 1750 to 1780 - SOLD



The pewter lid appears to be original. Incised decoration within fruited, floral and foliated panels. Excellent condition.
Literature: Steinzeug, Koln 1986, pages 372 and 373, plates 626, 627, 628 and 629.
Dimensions: 9.5" H.

1012-7 - SOLD




Salt Glaze Stoneware Jug, Queen Mary and Other Nobility Portraits, Lion
Westerwald, Germany
Circa 1690 to 1700
Medallion decorated, brushed in cobalt, Queen Mary centered by other nobility - SOLD



Fine condition; H: 8.25".

1012-18 - SOLD




Westerwald Jug, GR, Large, Incised and Applied Ornament, Manganese and Cobalt
Germany, Early 18th Century - SOLD



(Good condition. H: 10.5")

1071-1 - SOLD




Salt Glazed Stoneware Tankard, Humpen, Westerwald, Swan Decoration
Westerwald Germany
Circa 1760 - SOLD



Gray salt glazed stoneware with deep blue cobalt, outstanding impressed swan, mermaid and leaf ornamentation; pewter lid. See Steinzeug, page 373, numbers 628-629. Excellent original condition. (Dimensions: 8" H.)

1012-11 - SOLD




Salt Glazed Stoneware Lidded Tankard, Jerusalem, Extremely Rare
Westerwald
Circa 1685 to 1730 - SOLD



Made in Hilgert. Cylinder tankard with stylistic imagery of the city Jerusalem. Some examples feature the city name, however this tankard features fish; a religious motif. The imagery is still used on bumper stickers. The left fries has a little damage in the center, possibly from the making process. In generally excellent condition with a hairline starting at rim and travelling approximately 2", with all else fine.
Literature: Steinzeug, Koln 1986, pages 365-366, plates 600-603.
Dimensions: 9" H.

1012-5 - SOLD




Westerwald
Salt Glazed Stoneware
Bulbous Tankard
Circa 1700 - SOLD



A robust form with cobalt and manganese glaze that stands at 7-inches.
The handle is restored with all else fine.

738-17 - SOLD




Raeren Pewter Mounted Brown Salt Glaze Stoneware Jug
17th Century - SOLD



Baluster jug with strap handle and turned base; pewter lid attachment on handle; slightly domed lid appears to retain original thumb-piece. The piece is potted in dark gray stoneware, the surface with brown wash under salt-glaze. Applied around the neck is a frieze of strap-work ornamentation; the body features a frieze with six oval portrait medallions. The shoulder with incised leafy decoration; base with trapezoidal gadrooning. (Dimensions: 9.5" H.)

570-212 - SOLD




Westerwald Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug, Krug, Queen Mary II Portrait Roundel
Incised and Applied Decoration (H: 7.5")
Germany for English Market
Circa 1689 to 1694 (During her short reign) - SOLD



Outstanding stamped stylized flower and leaf ornamentation representing Tudor Rose and Scottish Thistle. The quality and condition, and form of this rarity are excellent.
Dimensions: 7.5" H.

310-116 - SOLD




Salt Glaze Stoneware Jug, Pewter Mounted, Raeren
Germany (Until WWI)
Circa 1650
Rare in cobalt rather than typical brown glaze - SOLD



A wonderful piece having cast and applied, and impressed floral ornament within rhomboidal grid; the strap handles lacks scrolled terminus often associates with the later Westerwald pieces. This piece is brushed in deep cobalt and features an exceptional domed lid with thumb-piece, a detailed hinge and a cast and pierced tang. We note one very small nick to foot and a tight hairline in glaze on underside of base traveling to just above foot, else fine and original. (H: 9.25")

1012-17 - SOLD




Salt Glazed Bulbous Stoneware Jug, Massive Kugelbauchkrug, Westerwald, Huge
Germany
Circa 1740 to 1760
Cobalt and manganese; pewter mounted - SOLD



Wonderful incised ornament within fields of deep blue cobalt; stylized clusters of grape-like devices, flowers, trailing vines and tendrils. Very rare in this size, 12.2"! These size jugs almost never survived the ages; this example remains in outstanding original condition.

1012-16 - SOLD




Salt Glazed Stoneware Lidded Tankard, Humpen, Outstanding Pewter Lid
Westerwald, Germany
Circa 1770 to 1780 - SOLD



Tight full coverage incised and impressed decoration, picked out in deep greasy cobalt. The lid is outstanding in detail and condition; the strap covers the entire length of the handle. Excellent original condition. (H: 8.5")

946-19 - SOLD




Salt Glazed Stoneware Jug, Krug, Cobalt and Manganese, Applied Roundel, GR
Westerwald
Circa 1720 - SOLD



Spherical jug with cylindrical neck having incised and manganese ornament; the body incised and decorated in blue with central applied "G.R." medallion in relief.
Fine original condition.
Dimensions: 9" H.

843-148 - SOLD




Westerwald, Salt Glazed Jug, Royal Cypher, Cobalt and Manganese
Incised and Applied Ornamentation
GR - SOLD



Bulbous jug with cylindrical tooled manganese glazed neck; tooled foot and strap handle with tapering terminal; incised and printed decoration in deep cobalt centering applied crowned GR medallion. Fine Condition. Dimensions: 7.5" H.

310-80 - SOLD




Raeren Pewter Mounted Brown Salt Glaze Stoneware Jug
Late 16th or Early 17th Century
Frieze reads: "Gott Allein die Ehre"; "To God Alone The Glory" - SOLD



Baluster jug with strap handle and turned base; pewter lid attachment on handle; domed lid retains original final; erect thumber with small repair. Dark gray stoneware, the surface with brown wash under salt-glaze. Applied around the neck is a frieze of strap-work ornamentation; the body features a frieze with three oval medallions, in the center, the Pelican in her Piety centering armorials. The shoulder and base with trapezoidal gadrooning; shoulder features incised ornament. Dimensions: 9.75" H.

570-211 - SOLD




Raeren Jug, WE Monogram, Pewter Mounted
Circa 1600
Applied Medallion Dated 1600 Molded with Merchant Mark
Potter and Stoneware Dealer, Winand Emonts - SOLD



Applied around the body are three oval medallions, the neck applied with frieze of strapwork ornament. Dimensions: 10.25" H.

570-205 - SOLD




Westerwald, Stoneware, Ewer
Seventeenth Century
With Masked Spout, pewter lid - SOLD



A very early example ornamented with impressed hearts having raised floret medallion centers. Excellent restoration to one side of spout-tip, all else fine including shell-form thumb-piece.
Dimensions: 10.5-inches high.

738-13 - SOLD




Westerwald
Salt Glazed Stoneware
With checkerboard motif...fitted with pewter lid
Mid-18th Century - SOLD



As depicted, a neatly planed grid highlighted with cobalt. The lid-hinge needs to be repaired where received by the hinge device on handle with all else fine and original. The tankard stands at 8.5-inches; nearly 10.25-inches at finial.

738-20 - SOLD




Westerwald
Salt Glazed Stoneware
"GR" Mug
Circa 1700 - SOLD



As depicted, impressed and incised ornamentation with blue glazed decoration centered by GR within bulleted boss. There are a few tight hairlines in base, otherwise all else fine and original. (Height: 5 7/8-inches.)

738-14 - SOLD




Westerwald Jug
Salt Glaze Stoneware
Circa 1740 - SOLD



As depicted, with rilled neck and globular body decorated with incised looping and scrolling pattern and an applied medallion bearing the initials "GR", the cipher of either King George I or II. (Height: 10.5-inches.)

738-39 - 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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