Additional Information: A fine English pottery tankard… rouletted [reeded] green-
glazed border above bands of blue and brown which are repeated at bottom and center
dark brown, cinnamon, and white looping earthworm decoration against taupe brown
band; molded foot… the handle with leafy terminals.
A narrow convex canteen with scratched decoration; yellow, green, and pumpkin pie
color orange glazes. The disk-shaped bottle rests on stubby feet. A similar form is
published on page 244, number 1063 of Early American Country Furnishings by George
Neumann. The author suggest that the piece is European.
(Excellent original condition; height: 7"; width: 5.5"; depth: 3.25")
The Harry Bluff built by Jotham Stetson at Chelsea, Massachusetts; in 1855 the vessel was owned by Charles R. Green of New York; she was lost on the Nantucket Shoals February 26, 1869. The teacup depicts a starboard view of the ship flying her house flag from the top of the main mast and flying the American flag from her gaff. The mug displays her port side; both cups white with gilt rim and foot and hand painted scenes of Ship Harry Bluff under full sail.
(Both cups remaining in fine original condition; tea form, H: 3.5”, straight sided, H. 4”)
One of the most elaborately decorated brewery advertising pieces; as depicted, enormous Satsuma urn complete with high domed lid featuring Foo dog resting on bulbous body with Foo dog handles and fine decoration, including samurai warriors. This imposing piece stands at 31" and remains in excellent condition with professional restoration to lid, all else fine.
An unusual and large example boldly decorated, having no cracks or hairlines with interior staining and multiple chips on foot of base; also, the interior bottom third of bowl has many nicks caused by mixing use in the kitchen; a quarter inch chip on interior of the rim. (H: 4.75"; diameter: 10.25")
Cats-eye and cabled earthworm decoration on blue-gray ground centered by brown bands beneath engine-turned decoration; the strap handle with acanthus terminus. There are a couple flea bites and a chip within interior of lip with all else fine. (H: 6")
This example with strap handle, molded foot and acanthus terminus, features slip earthworm decoration against wide band centered by reeded bands in green glaze within brown bands. There is a hairline in the bottom of base that travels to base molding and one tiny chip within molding. (H: 6")
Creamware ewer, engine turned; yellow over-glaze enamel band w/ brown wheat decoration, brown over-glaze foliate decoration and banding; no cracks or chips. Height: 11.25".
510-102 - SOLD
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