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Graniteware, Teapot, Kettle, Britannia Mounted, Copper Foot, Fine Condition
American, Bulbous Agate Gray Pot
Circa 1870's to 1910
Small figure of walking bear - SOLD


Graniteware, Teapot, Kettle, Britannia Mounted, Copper Foot, Fine Condition
American, Bulbous Agate Gray Pot 
Circa 1870's to 1910, entire view

(H: 8.75")

1062-16 - SOLD




Unusual JACOB CAIRE / PO'KEEPSIE, NY, Stoneware Apothecary Jug, Circa 1845
Impressed Mortar and Pestle - SOLD


Antique Stoneware Apothecary Jug, New York, Circa 1845, angle view

A squat jug having a tooled shoulder and semi-rounded spout, interestingly ornamented with a pair of impressed mortar and pestles displaying a leaf motif. The impressed decoration and maker's mark are highlighted in cobalt. (Staining, pings; H: 13”)

SOLD

1124-10




Stoneware Finger Lamp Signed by Maker,
Wheel Thrown Beautiful Glaze
On the base in script: James O’Hara / 1872
Ogdensburg, New York - SOLD
The pictures speak many words,
simply outstanding! Fine Condition.


Stoneware Finger Lamp Signed by Maker, Wheel Thrown Beautiful Glaze
On the base in script: James O’Hara / 1872 
Ogdensburg, New York
The pictures speak many words, simply outstanding! Fine Condition., entire view 1

James O’Hara is listed in Bill Ketchum’s Potters and Potteries of New York State, 1650 –
1900
as a potter, an employee of William Hart between 1863 and 1869. Not much else
to share. (Height: 4.25”)

SOLD

1127-11




Thomas Commeraw, Manhattan, NY, Circa 1805, Three Gallon Ovoid Stoneware Jug By a celebrated free Black potter… - SOLD


Thomas Commeraw, Manhattan, NY, Circa 1805, Three Gallon Ovoid Stoneware Jug, entire view

Thomas Commeraw was one of the earliest African-American master craftsmen to operate his own business in the United States. Thomas Commeraw, a free black potter established his pottery in the Corlears Hook neighborhood of lower Manhattan in 1797, successfully competing with well-known established stoneware makers including the Crolious and Remmey dynasties.
This piece was made early in the production of Commeraw’ s stamp-decorated wares. His work was masterfully-competent; the vocabulary of ornamentation displayed indicates that the potter’ s ability and understanding of craft rivaled that of his contemporaries… proportion, decoration, and utility combined. Obviously skillfully-potted using fine clay, brushed and highlighted with cobalt slip… a robust jug with rounded foot, tooled spout, and ribbed handle; the shoulder wide enough to display the sharply impressed cobalt-highlighted drape-and-tassel motif within crescent ends centering cobalt-highlighted maker's mark…displayed is: "COMMERAW.S STONEWARE" impressed in two lines; note the reversed and smaller “S” …all above “CORLEARS HOOK”.
Condition: Very good with horizontal crack above the tooled base; couple of pings on backside; two short firing fissures center the handle where joined to spout; shallow flake to rim; scattered chips, large and small to projecting rim of foot. The cobalt brushed on far-left crescent is overfired…it took lots of heat. Sounds like a bashing, however AAAWT simply sharing the vestiges of time as due diligence. The piece is quite attractive an imposing. (Height: 16.5”)

SOLD

1124-13




Stoneware Batter Pail, Salt Glazed Batter Jug, Brushed Cobalt Bird Decoration
Unknown Maker, 19th Century - SOLD


Stoneware Batter Pail, Salt Glazed Batter Jug, Brushed Cobalt Bird Decoration Unknown Maker, 19th Century, entire view

Tubular pouring spout; applied ear handles fitted with bail handle (Height: 11”, diameter of base: 6”; chip to spout and rim.)

SOLD

1218-3




Antique Salt Glaze Stoneware Jug, Impressed JORDAN, Cannon Decoration
Likely Justus Morton, NY, C 1850 - SOLD


Antique Salt Glaze Stoneware Jug, Impressed JORDAN, Cannon Decoration
Likely Justus Morton, New York, Circa 1850, front view

A highly ovoid 3-gallon jug impressed “JORDAN over 3” centered by sprigs of leaves; a band of
decoration measuring 4-inches in height features a cannon with blasts of smoke at muzzle and vent;
cannon ball seen at far right. It appears that the cannon is manned by two gunners. There is a
manufacturing flaw at center and two hairlines to applied ribbed handle. Height: 13”.

1211-3 - SOLD




Stoneware, Jug, Jar, Cobalt Decoration, New York
Sold separately


Stoneware, Jug, Jar, Cobalt Decoration, New York, entire view

Stoneware, 1.5 Gallon Jug, Haxton Ottoman & Co. Fort Edward, NY
Impressed Mark
Decorated with slip trailed foliate design
- SOLD
(Small chip to squared spout, else fine; H: 12.5")

167-7

Stoneware Jar, Two Gallon, H.M. Whitman, Havana, NY, Cobalt Floral Decoration
Cylindrical jar with rounded shoulder, flared rim, lug handles, Albany slip interior

Havana, New York - SOLD
(H: 11.25")

167-19




Stoneware, Ovoid Jug, C. Crolius (Clarkson)
Manhattan, New York, Circa 1810
Stamped "C. CROLIUS / MANUFACTURER / MANHATTAN-WELLS / NEW-YORK," - SOLD


Antique Stoneware Ovoid Jug by C. Crolius, Circa 1810, angle view 1

One gallon, Tooled spout, reeded neck and ribbed handle
(Very good original condition, couple pings; H: 14.5”)

1124-5 - SOLD




Ovoid Stoneware Jar, Crolius, Impressed Decoration, Brushed in Cobalt
Tooled Shoulder, Three Impressed Triangular Decorations
Unsigned, New York City, Circa 1800 - SOLD


Ovoid Crolious Stoneware Jar with Impressed Decoration, Circa 1800, entire view

(Half-inch fill to shallow chip, otherwise good; H: 9")

1114-18 - SOLD




Molded Stoneware Bottle, Relief Lady Liberty within Wreath, Circa 1810ish'
Anonymous, slip cast and glazed
This item just in, more information to follow, please call if interested - SOLD


Antique Stoneware Bottle with Relief Lady Liberty within Wreath, Circa 1810, angle view

(Very good condition original condition; H: 8")

1121-10 - SOLD




Stoneware Butter Churn, Cobalt Sunflower Decoration, John Burger, 8 Gallon
Rochester, New York, Circa 1885
Slip trailed decoration, impressed mark brushed in cobalt, lid in Albany slip - SOLD


Stoneware Butter Churn, Cobalt Sunflower Decoration, John Burger, 8 Gallon
Rochester, New York, Circa 1885, entire view

(Churn in fine original condition; scatted shallow chips to lid edges; H: 24.5")

1085-7 - SOLD




Stoneware, Jugs, New York, Cobalt Decoration
Sold separately


Stoneware, Jugs, New York, Cobalt Decoration, entire view

Stoneware Syrup Jug, Two Gallon, Cobalt Floral Plume, Fort Edward, New York
Circa 1859 to 1861
Stamped maker's mark, cylindrical, rounded shoulder and pinched pouring spout
- SOLD
(Very good condition; H: 14")

167-8

Stoneware Jug, F. STETZENMEYER & G. GOETZMAN, Rochester, NY
Mid 19th Century
Two gallon, slightly ovoid, cobalt slip trailed shaded petal decoration
- SOLD
(Stone ping, else very good; H: 14.5")

167-23




Stoneware, Countertop Advertising Display for Hunts Catsup
Circa 1890 to 1910 - SOLD


Stoneware, Countertop Advertising Display for Hunts Catsup
Circa 1890 to 1910, entire view

The front with impressed inscription:
If you're a rosy,
plump tomato, Hunt's Catsup
has an opening for you

Brothers Joseph and William Hunt incorporated their company in 1890 as the Hunt Brothers Fruit Packing Company in Santa Rosa, California. The date of this display is unknown but more than likely dates from the last decade of 19th, or first decade of the 20th century. Hunt's used this slogan late as 1968.
(Generally good condition, couple minor base chips; H: 18")

232-313 - SOLD




Stoneware Ovoid Jug, Dipped in Ochre Stain, Impressed Crosses, Charlestown
Massachusetts, `Probably Frederick Carpenter
Early 19th Century
Reeded neck and base, applied ridged handle, top and bottom dipped in stain - SOLD


Stoneware Ovoid Jug, Dipped in Ochre Stain, Impressed Crosses, Charlestown
Massachusetts, `Probably Frederick Carpenter
Early 19th Century, entire view

(Couple flakes to base, kiln bumps, salt drips, generally good; H: 14")

1056-10 - SOLD




Stoneware Ovoid Jug, Ochre Stain, Impressed Eagle and Cannon, Carpenter
Charlestown, Massachusetts
Circa 1812
Probably Frederick Carpenter
Applied ridged handle, shoulder impressed CHARLESRTOWN eagle and cannon - SOLD


Stoneware Ovoid Jug, Ochre Stain, Impressed Eagle and Cannon, Carpenter
Charlestown, Massachusetts
Circa 1812, entire view

(On "in-the-making" over-glazed chip to base, else fine; H: 14.5".)

1056-11 - SOLD




Figural Stoneware Cats Head Bank
Unknown Maker
19th Century
Charming; hand molded, applied collar, features painted over glaze - SOLD


Figural Stoneware Cats Head Bank
Unknown Maker
19th Century, entire view

(Fine original condition; H: 6")

606-45 - SOLD




Stoneware Crock, Cobalt Floral Decoration
O.L. and A.K. Ballard
Bennington, Vermont
Third Quarter Nineteenth Century
Straight sided with lug handles impressed makers mark brushed in cobalt - SOLD


Stoneware Crock, Cobalt Floral Decoration
O.L. and A.K. Ballard
Bennington, Vermont
Third Quarter Nineteenth Century, entire view

Few minor imperfections. Dimensions: 11" H.

424-108 - SOLD




Stoneware, Crock, Bullard and Scott, Brushed Cobalt Leaf Decoration
Cambridgeport, Massachusetts
Circa 1870 to 1880
Four gallon straight sided crock, applied handles, slip trailed leaf design - SOLD


Stoneware, Crock, Bullard and Scott, Brushed Cobalt Leaf Decoration
Cambridgeport, Massachusetts
Circa 1870 to 1880, entire view

There is a shallow flake to rim and to one handle, all else fine
Dimensions: 11.5" H.

121-173 - SOLD




Stoneware Jug, F.B. Norton, Worcester, Massachusetts, Cobalt Dove Decoration
Two Gallon, Circa 1880
Cylindrical jug with squared spout, slip trailed bird on branch - SOLD


Stoneware Jug, F.B. Norton, Worcester, Massachusetts, Cobalt Dove Decoration
Two Gallon, Circa 1880, entire view

(Some fry to cobalt; very small glaze skip or pop, else very good: H: 15")

1056-4 - SOLD




Stoneware Jug, Brown Saltglaze, Charlestown, Three Impressed Hearts
Boston
Circa 1805 to 1810 - SOLD


Stoneware Jug, Brown Saltglaze, Charlestown, Three Impressed Hearts
Boston
Circa 1805 to 1810, entire view

An early highly ovoid 3-gallon jug with impressed heart decoration, tooled neck, and open lug handles; decorated with dipped brown glaze over neck and shoulder and at base. (H: 15", excellent condition with a single kiln imperfection)

121-177 - SOLD




Spongeware Shaving Cup, Blue and White Stoneware, Mug, Uncommon Form
Probably Pennsylvania or Ohio, Circa 1860 to 1870 - SOLD


Spongeware Shaving Cup, Blue and White Stoneware, Mug, Uncommon Form
Probably Pennsylvania or Ohio, Circa 1860 to 1870, entire view

(Fine original condition; H: 3.75")

1002-132 - SOLD




Stoneware Cylindrical Jar, Rounded Shoulder, Strong Brushed Cobalt Floral Decoration
America, unknown maker
19th Century
Fine original condition - SOLD


Stoneware Cylindrical Jar, Rounded Shoulder, Strong Brushed Cobalt Floral Decoration
America, unknown maker
19th Century, entire view

Dimensions: 10.5" H.

121-170 - SOLD




Stoneware Ovoid Crock, 2 Gallon Jar, Brushed Cobalt Flower Decoration
Pennsylvania, unknown maker
Second Half 19th Century
Impressed "2" under lug handle, decorated all sides - SOLD


Stoneware Ovoid Crock, 2 Gallon Jar, Brushed Cobalt Flower Decoration
Pennsylvania, unknown maker
Second Half 19th Century, entire view

There is a shallow flake to rim with all else fine
Dimensions: 11.25" H.

121-175 - SOLD




Stoneware Jug, 3 Gallon, Cobalt Floral Decoration - SOLD


Stoneware Jug, 3 Gallon, Cobalt Floral Decoration, entire view

Staining as depicted, otherwise fine.
Dimensions: 16" H.

994-24 - SOLD




Stoneware Jugs, Ovoid, Three Gallon
Sold separately


Stoneware Jugs, Ovoid, Three Gallon, entire view

Stoneware Jug, Ovoid, Julius Norton, Stylized Floral Decoration, 3 Gallon
Bennington, Vermont
Circa 1841 to 1850
- SOLD
Excellent condition.
(H: 14.5")
121-168

Stoneware Jug, Ovoid, 3 Gallon, Norton and Fenton, Cobalt Tulip Decoration
Bennington, Vermont
1845 to 1847
- SOLD
Highly ovoid, squared spout, few minor lines at base of handle, otherwise excellent.
Dimensions: 14.5" H.
121-167




Stoneware Mortar
Painted...during its period of use - SOLD


Stoneware Mortar
Painted, entire view

Turned stoneware mortar; brown paint over green; paint worn, one or two very small chips. (7-inches High.)

492-33 - SOLD




Ovoid Jar
Possibly Richmond, Virginia
Circa 1820-1835
Cobalt Decoration - SOLD


Ovoid Jar
Possibly Richmond, Virginia
Circa 1820-1835, entire view

This ovoid jug with tapering shoulder and flatted tooled rim has lug handles and cobalt decoration; stylized cobalt floral decoration at midsection, "3" impressed near neck, brown glaze on interior, two chips on rim, no other chips or cracks, some kiln drippings and glaze "alligatored" on upper half during firing. - Approximately 13-inches high.

268-4 - SOLD




Stoneware, Jug, Cobalt Ship and Lighthouse Decoration, Rare
New England, anonymous
Circa 1845 to 1855
Ship decoration is extremely rare, lighthouse decoration is unknown,
a combination of elaborately rendered nautical symbolism, UNIQUE - SOLD


Stoneware, Jug, Cobalt Ship and Lighthouse Decoration, Rare
New England, anonymous
Circa 1845 to 1855, entire view

Featured is an important two-gallon stoneware jug with outstanding cobalt nautical vignette; a detailed sailing vessel making her way under full sail through a cobalt brushed band of water. At the ship's right is a detailed lighthouse or signal tower with windows and flag; the tower is on a rockery surrounded by a neat fence. Displayed at the ship's left, is a rocky ledge; top of handle decorated with cobalt dash; base of handle decorated with a stylized flower-head; impressed capacity mark brushed in cobalt. There is a 1-inch flake at the back of boat; crack around circumference of jug connects to a tight sealed crack extending towards spout; few flakes within cobalt rocks. There is a small stone ping on front; line in underside, traveling a few inches to front of jug, and a small base chip. (H: 13")

909-26 - SOLD




Ovoid Stoneware Jar with Impressed Sun Face Design, Early and Rare
Attributed to Xerxes Price
South Amboy, New Jersey
Circa 1820 - SOLD


Ovoid Stoneware Jar with Impressed Sun Face Design, Early and Rare
Attributed to Xerxes Price
South Amboy, New Jersey
Circa 1820, entire view

A wonderful ovoid form with tall incised flaring collar, rounded handles, and tooled foot and shoulder. The jar impressed on both sides with a face surrounded by a sunburst enclosed within a circle. Face designs and handle terminals are brushed in cobalt. Very good condition with two base chips and a small rim chips on the flat topside. (H: 13.75")

176-133 - SOLD




Saltglaze Stoneware Two Gallon Jug, John Burger
Rochester, New York
Circa 1865 to 1880 - SOLD


Saltglaze Stoneware Two Gallon Jug, John Burger
Rochester, New York
Circa 1865 to 1880, entire view

Cream color pottery handled jug, impressed on shoulder, 'John Burger. / Rochester', washed with cobalt blue; number "2" above stylized flower and leaf decoration. The deep blue and well executed decoration is typical of Burger's production. This two-gallon example stands at 14" and is in fine original condition with only a glaze spider on left side near base.

800-7 - SOLD




Crolius Stoneware Jug, Ovoid, Incised Cobalt Bird on Leafy Branch
Attributed to the Crolius Family of Potters
New York City
Circa 1775 to 1810
Early Manhattan stoneware of this decorative quality is considered very rare and desirable; this finely decorated and large design is perhaps by John Crolius - SOLD


Crolius Stoneware Jug, Ovoid, Incised Cobalt Bird on Leafy Branch
Attributed to the Crolius Family of Potters
New York City
Circa 1775 to 1810, entire view

An ovoid jug of successful form with rounded spout, reeded neck, and ribbed handles touched with cobalt blue at the terminals.
This jug is decorated with a large, finely-incised design featuring a bird perched on leafy branch, featuring a highly-detailed wing and eye; bright cobalt blue fills the entire decorated area excepting the birds' eye and beak. (H: 14".)

909-17 - SOLD




Stoneware Jug, Cobalt Raised Wing Bird, Advertising
Hayes & Company
Manchester, New Hampshire
Hayes and Company
Manchester
Circa 1870 - SOLD


Stoneware Jug, Cobalt Raised Wing Bird, Advertising
Hayes & Company
Manchester, New Hampshire
Hayes and Company
Manchester
Circa 1870, entire view

A scarce jug adverting whiskey and wine; straight sided with semi-squared spout decorated with a slip-trailed cobalt design of a bird about take flight off of a tree branch or flower stem. Bird depicted with a sense of motion, in a rare raised-wing stance with cobalt spots and feather detail to wings and body. Jug impressed "HAYES & CO., / WHOLESALE DEALERS IN / W ? S, &C. / MANCHESTER, N.H." Some fry to cobalt; in-the-firing stone ping to shoulder and front. Additional small stone ping to bird's thigh. Dimensions: 14.5" H.

909-11 - SOLD




Stoneware, COMMERAW, Ovoid Jug, Incised and Cobalt Crescents and Tassels
COMMERAWS STONEWARE, Thomas Commeraw, Manhattan, N.Y.
Free African American Potter, Late 18th or Early 19th Century - SOLD


Stoneware, COMMERAW, Ovoid Jug, Incised and Cobalt Crescents and Tassels, entire view 1

Thomas Commeraw was one of the earliest African American master craftsmen to
operate his own business in the United States. Thomas Commeraw, a free black potter
established his pottery in the Corlears Hook neighborhood of lower Manhattan in 1797,
successfully competing with well-known established stoneware makers including the
Crolious and Remmey dynasties.

This piece, a dramatic ovoid form, was made early in the production of Commeraw’s
stamp-decorated wares, displays his masterfully competent work; the vocabulary of
ornamentation displayed indicates that the potter’s ability and understanding of craft
rivaled that of his contemporaries…proportion, decoration, and utility. Skillfully-potted
using fine clay, brushed and highlighted with cobalt slip…a robust jug with rounded foot,
magnificently-tooled spout, and tapering-ribbed handle; the shoulder wide enough to
display the sharply impressed cobalt-highlighted drape and tassel design above cobalt-
highlighted two-line maker's mark, "COMMERAWS STONEWARE" .Note the reversed
and smaller “S’s” used within the impressed line – “COMMERAWS STONEWARE.
(Chip to spout; chipping to foot; base was drilled for lamp use; displays well.) (Height: 12")

SOLD

346-47




Stoneware; Norton (FB) & Co, Pitcher, Ovoid, Cobalt Foliate Decoration
Worcester, Mass., c 1865 - SOLD


Stoneware; Norton (FB) & Co, Pitcher, Ovoid, Cobalt Foliate Decoration
Worcester, Massachusetts, circa 1865-1875, angle view

One-gallon stamped "F B NORTON & CO / WORCESTER MASS", ovoid pitcher with tooled midsection and
pronounced rim molding, decorated with a stylized slip-trailed foliate design accented with a dotted
trail. Cobalt highlights to maker's mark.
Fine original condition.

SOLD

1085-13



Antique Stoneware Jug, J. Norton & Co., (Julius), Bird Decorated
Bennington, Vermont, 1859-1861 - SOLD


Antique Stoneware Jug, J. Norton & Co., (Julius), Bird Decorated
Bennington, Vermont, 1859-1861, entire view

Salt glaze 1-gallon stoneware cobalt blue-decorated one-gallon jug, decorated with slip-trailed cobalt crested bird with long
tail perched on a stylized branch; impressed J. NORTON & CO., BENNINGTON VT.
(There is a single ping, otherwise fine and original;
Height: 11")

492-199 - SOLD




Antique Stoneware Jug, Salt Glaze, Clarkson Crolius, Jr.,
Active 1835-1849 Impressed: C. CROLIUS – MANUFACTURER – NEW YORK - SOLD


Antique Stoneware Jug, Salt Glaze, Clarkson Crolius, Jr., Active 1835-1849
Impressed: C. CROLIUS – MANUFACTURER – NEW YORK, entire view

New York City cobalt blue decorated ovoid crock displaying impressed maker’ s mark
(Chips to rim;
Height: 10")

1002-289 - SOLD




Stoneware, COMMERAW, Ovoid Jug, Incised and Cobalt Crescents and Tassels
COMMERAWS STONEWARE, Thomas Commeraw, Manhattan, N.Y.
Free African American Potter, Late 18th or Early 19th Century - SOLD


Antique Stoneware Ovoid Jug with Incised Crescents and Tassels, Late 18th Century, angle view 1

One gallon, blue daubed handle terminal, cobalt filled crescents and tassel, tooled foot; reeded neck, and ribbed handle
(Several small base edge chips, else very good; H: 15”.)

1124-6 - SOLD




Tall Ovoid Stoneware Jug, Ovoid, Incised and Impressed, Cobalt Decorated, Strap Handle
Early 19th Century, New York (Impressed decoration)
The jug was found in Connecticut (From Scranton Family, Madison, CT) - SOLD


Antique Ovoid Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Decoration, Early 19th Century, entire view

(H: 16”)

606-105 - SOLD




Stoneware Crock, Brushed Cobalt Decoration, Horse at Hitching Post, 4 Gallon
Unknown Maker, 19th Century
Three leaf clover like devices centering “4” gallon mark - SOLD


Antique Stoneware Crock with Brushed Cobalt Horse at Hitching Post, Four Gallons, 19th Century, angle view

(Staining as depicted, else very good; H: 12"; diameter: 11.25")

925-19 - SOLD




Stoneware Crock, H.M. Whitman, Havana, New York, Cobalt Tree Decoration - SOLD


Stoneware Crock by H.M. Whitman from Havana, New York, entire view

(Hairline; H: 7")

1114-17 - SOLD




Stoneware, Jugs, Cobalt Decoration, New York
Sold separately


Stoneware, Jugs, Cobalt Decoration, New York, entire view

Stoneware Jug, John B. Caire & Co. Maine Street, Po'keepsie [sic], NY
Two Gallon, Impressed Mark, Cobalt Slip Trailed Foliate Decoration
Circa 1842 to 1852
Cobalt highlights to maker's mark and handle terminals
- SOLD
(Some bubbling to cobalt, two rim chips, else fine; H: 12")
167-5

Stoneware Jug, 3 Gallon, John Burger, Rochester, NY, Cobalt Wreath Decoration
Impressed Mark, Circa 1860; fine condition
Fine slip trailed wreath with bow center the number "3"
- SOLD
(H: 16.5")
167-17




Stoneware, Crock, Jugs, Cobalt Decoration
Sold separately



Stoneware, Ovoid Jug, Cobalt Flowering Urn, Squared Rim, Two Gallon
Stamped L. & B.G. Chase, Somerset, Massachusetts, Circa 1850
Brushed and slip trailed cobalt design
- SOLD
(Flake on flat of spout, else fine; H: 14")
167-11

Stoneware, Cylindrical Crock, Six Gallon, Tornado Decoration in Cobalt,
Semi Rounded Rim, Lug Handles, Slip Trailed "6" Centered by Tornados
Likely Midwestern, Circa 1870's
- SOLD
(Fine condition, interior with Albany slip; H: 14")
167-6

Stoneware, Salt Glazed Jug, Brushed Cobalt Floral Decoration, Four Gallon
Impressed J. Mantell, Penn Yan (New York), Circa 1860
Scarcely encountered mark, thumb printed strap handle brushed in cobalt
- SOLD
(Fine condition; H: 16.5")
167-16




Stoneware Ovoid Jar Attributed to Frederick Carpenter, Impressed Banner
Boston, Early 19th Century
Two gallon jar stamped BOSTON, flared rim, tooled shoulder, lug handles - SOLD


Stoneware Ovoid Jar Attributed to Frederick Carpenter, Impressed Banner
Boston, Early 19th Century, entire view

(Small chips, contact marks; H: 13.5")

1056-7 - SOLD




Stoneware Jug with Slip Trailed "Goony Bird" Decoration
Stamped "CORTLAND," attributed to Madison Woodruff
Cortland, New York, Circa 1865 - SOLD


Stoneware Jug with Slip Trailed 'Goony Bird' Decoration
Stamped 'CORTLAND,'' attributed to Madison Woodruff
Cortland, New York, Circa 1865, entire view

This jug is decorated with the rarely encounter long-necked gooney-bird with crest and wavy line detail to body, standing between a flowering plant and a corkscrewing flourish. This is one of the more desirable folk bird decorations of New York State. Maker's mark highlighted in cobalt. Some flaked spots to front of jug, which does not affect decoration. Handle has crack with sliver-like chip, and a flaked spot. (H: 11")

909-27 - SOLD




Incised Ohio Stoneware Jar, Likely Thomas Wilbur, Impressed TW
Zanesville, Ohio Area, Circa 1825
A good example of Midwest stoneware - SOLD


Incised Ohio Stoneware Jar, Likely Thomas Wilbur, Impressed TW
Zanesville, Ohio Area, Circa 1825, entire view

A four-gallon ovoid jar with incised floral ornamentation having a flattened rim, and generously sized lug handles; the front decorated with an incised and cobalt-brushed flower with incised slashes. The fairly large impressed mark "T W" centering "4" at the shoulder is thought to be the mark of Thomas Wilbur, who worked near Zanesville, Ohio during the second quarter of the 19th century.
Very good condition, cleaned of paint.
Dimensions: 15" H.

417-71 - SOLD




Stoneware Churn, Flying Bird Decoration within Wreath, Cobalt, 19"
Impressed, White and Co. / Binghamton
New York, Circa 1870
Unusual design - SOLD


Stoneware Churn, Flying Bird Decoration within Wreath, Cobalt, 19''
Impressed, White and Co. / Binghamton
New York, Circa 1870, entire view

A rare large stoneware butter-churn featuring cobalt flying birds with a slip-trailed vine, forming a wreath centering two flying birds painted in brushed cobalt. (Lightly incised eye detail to birds) There is an X-shaped crack on underside; crack extends to back of churn; two rim chips on left side; small chip to inner handle and the expected wear to inner rim caused by dasher guide would fit.

909-24 - SOLD




Burger and Co., Stoneware Crock, Cobalt Bird on Stump, Five Gallon
Rochester, New York, Circa 1873 to 1883 - SOLD


Burger and Co., Stoneware Crock, Cobalt Bird on Stump, Five Gallon
Rochester, New York, Circa 1873 to 1883, entire view

A five-gallon crock stamped by maker then brushed in cobalt; decorated with large bird perched on branch above stump and landscape; script "5" to right of decoration. Shallow flake, interior of rim with all else fine.
(H: 13"; diameter: 13")

909-25 - SOLD




Stoneware, Cobalt Long Billed Spotted Bird
I. Seymour (Israel)
Troy, New York
1830's - SOLD


Stoneware, Cobalt Long Billed Spotted Bird
I. Seymour (Israel)
Troy, New York
1830's, entire view

Very good condition with two tiny rim chips.
Dimensions: 10.5" H, 11" diameter.

909-12 - SOLD




Stoneware Crock, Cobalt Bird
Troy or Albany, New York
Anonymous
Circa 1870 - SOLD


Stoneware Crock, Cobalt Bird
Troy or Albany, New York
Anonymous
Circa 1870, entire view

A four-gallon straight-sided crock with applied lug handles ornamented with a large brushed and slip-trailed crested bird. Hairline (spider) under handle to base.
Dimensions: 11" H, 11.75" diameter.

909-14 - SOLD




Stoneware Crock, Cobalt Partridge Decoration
Stamped "J. Burger, Jr. / Rochester, N.Y.
Circa 1885 - SOLD


Stoneware Crock, Cobalt Partridge Decoration
Stamped ''J. Burger, Jr. / Rochester, N.Y.
Circa 1885, entire view

A 3-gallon straight-sided crock with semi-squared rim and applied lug handles, ornamented with a slip-trailed cobalt quail featuring strong feather detail to head and body; slip-trailed "3" to right of impressed maker's mark. Three small chips to backside of rim interior. Dimensions: 10.5" H, 11" diameter.

909-16 - SOLD




Stoneware Ovoid Jug Attributed to Fenton or Carpenter
Boston, Late 18th Century
Incised neck, impressed Boston and capacity, very good condition, H: 14.5" - SOLD


Stoneware Ovoid Jug Attributed to Fenton or Carpenter
Boston, Late 18th Century, entire view

1056-8 - SOLD




Stoneware Ovoid Jug, Impressed Hearts, Two Gallon, Charlestown Massachusetts
Probably Frederick Carpenter
Circa 1806 to 1812 - SOLD


Stoneware Ovoid Jug, Impressed Hearts, Two Gallon, Charlestown Massachusetts
Probably Frederick Carpenter
Circa 1806 to 1812, entire view

A swollen ovoid jug with reeded neck and base, and applied ridged handle, the shoulder impressed "Charlestown" in capital letters above two impressed hearts indicating gallon capacity. (Very good condition, four or five tiny flakes, else fine; H: 14.75")

1056-9 - SOLD




Stoneware, Poland Mineral, Spring Water, H. Ricker & Sons, South Portland Maine
Four Gallon Jug, Strap Handle, Impressed, Brushed in Blue - SOLD


Stoneware, Poland Mineral, Spring Water, H. Ricker & Sons, South Portland Maine, entire view

(Excellent condition; H: 17")

1056-1 - SOLD




Stoneware Jug, Boston, Fenton or Carpenter, Iron Oxide Decoration, One Gallon
Late 18th or Early 19th Century - SOLD


Stoneware Jug, Boston, Fenton or Carpenter, Iron Oxide Decoration, One Gallon
Late 18th or Early 19th Century, entire view

Ovoid, tooled spout, impressed city name, shoulder and base with dipped iron oxide (Restoration to spout, else fine and original; H: 12")

1056-2 - SOLD




Stoneware Jug, F.B. Norton, Worcester, Massachusetts, Two Gallon, Floral Stylized floral design featuring slip dotted trails - SOLD


Stoneware Jug, F.B. Norton, Worcester, Massachusetts, Two Gallon, Floral Stylized floral design featuring slip dotted trails, entire view

(Hairline on reverse; few stone pings; H: 14")

1056-3 - SOLD




Stoneware Jug, Poland Mineral Spring Water, 35 Congress Street, Boston
Rare Five Gallon Boston Jug; stylized floral design with dotted trails - SOLD


Stoneware Jug, Poland Mineral Spring Water, 35 Congress Street, Boston
Rare Five Gallon Boston Jug, entire view

(Excellent original condition; H: 19")

1056-5 - SOLD




Stoneware Ovoid Jug, Barnabas Edmands & Co., Charlestown, Two Gallon, Uncommon
Early 19th Century - SOLD


Stoneware Ovoid Jug, Barnabas Edmands & Co., Charlestown, Two Gallon, Uncommon
Early 19th Century, entire view

(Very good original condition, minor stone pings; H: 14")

1056-6 - SOLD




Stoneware Jug, Ovoid, Tooled Strap Handle, Incised Shoulder
Impressed Flower Brushed in Cobalt
Anonymous
19th Century - SOLD


Stoneware Jug, Ovoid, Tooled Strap Handle, Incised Shoulder
Impressed Flower Brushed in Cobalt
Anonymous
19th Century, entire view

Nickel size flak under flower, else fine (H: 10.5")

121-174 - SOLD




Stoneware Jug, Two Gallon, Frederick Carpenter, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Circa 1806 to 1812 - SOLD


Stoneware Jug, Two Gallon, Frederick Carpenter, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Circa 1806 to 1812, entire view

A brown glazed swollen ovoid jug with reeded neck and base, and applied ridged handle, the shoulder impressed "Charlestown" in capital letters above two impressed hearts indicating capacity. (Ancient chip on spout, else fine; dimensions: 16.5" H.)

121-176 - SOLD




Stoneware, Lidded Jar, Sgraffito Decoration, Brownware
Probably Fort Edward, New York, Circa 1890's
Beautifully potted, lovely form, full coverage ornamentation, fine condition - SOLD


Stoneware, Lidded Jar, Sgraffito Decoration, Brownware
Probably Fort Edward, New York, Circa 1890's, entire view

This brown glazed stoneware jar is closely related to another piece of Fort Edward stoneware that is inscribed "Julia Soper" and is discussed on page 255 of Potters and Potteries of New York State 1650 - 1900 by William Ketchum, Jr. An old jelly label within the "Kingsley Soper" jar attributes this piece to Troy, New York. (Warren Broderick in his 1995 book Pottery Works states that Soper worked in Galesville, West Troy and possibly Bennington. It would seem that Brutis Soper made this piece for his brother Kingsley at his pottery in West Troy.
(H: 6"; diameter: 4.5")

216-446 - SOLD




Political Stoneware, Crock, Charles Ingersoll, Connecticut Governor, 1873
Four Gallon Crock, Signed O.H. Seymour, Hartford
Ingersoll - Governor - 1873, brushed in cobalt - SOLD


Political Stoneware, Crock, Charles Ingersoll, Connecticut Governor, 1873, entire view

A tight hairline at handle with all else excellent.
(H: 10.5", 12.5" diameter.)

232-194 - SOLD




Ironstone Pitcher, Civil War Commemorative, Shooting of Col. Ellsworth
Probably Millington and Astbury (Apparently Unsigned)
Trenton, New Jersey
Circa 1860 to 1865
Rare High Relief Design illustrating the shooting at Alexandria, Virginia - SOLD


Ironstone Pitcher, Civil War Commemorative, Shooting of Col. Ellsworth
Probably Millington and Astbury (Apparently Unsigned)
Trenton, New Jersey
Circa 1860 to 1865, entire view

A white ironstone pitcher featuring a raised battle scene depicting the shooting of Colonel Ellsworth on one side; also the impressed names "COL ELLSWORTH" "BROWNELL" and "J.W. JACKSON / THE TRAITOR". Reverse displays a vulture perched on a fallen palm tree with a snake in its beak and tattered Southern flag nearby. Surmounting the vignette is the impressed slogan "UNION AND CONFEDERACY". An American flag supported by a stand of rifles appears to the right. Flake to spur of thumb-piece otherwise fine. (H: 8")
See White Ironstone by Jen Wetherbee, page 169.

643-9 - SOLD





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