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Fall 2012 Auction of American Stoneware & Redware Pottery

by Crocker Farm


491 lots with images

November 3, 2012

Live Auction

15900 York Rd.

Sparks, MD, 21152 USA

Phone: 410-472-2016

Fax: 877-815-6954

Email: info@crockerfarm.com

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Lot of Two: JULIUS NORTON Stoneware Jug and NEW YORK STONEWARE CO. Stoneware Jug

Lot 247: Lot of Two: JULIUS NORTON Stoneware Jug and NEW YORK STONEWARE CO. Stoneware Jug

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Description: Two Northeastern U.S. Stoneware Jugs, 19th century, a one-gallon jug with cobalt "1," marked "JULIUS NORTON / BENNINGTON, VT.," paired with a one-gallon floral-decorated jug, stamped "NEW YORK / STONEWARE CO. / FORT EDWARD, N.Y.". Norton jug with shallow chip to spout and a few in-the-firing contact marks. Other jug with hairlines in underside, one of which extends a short distance onto base.

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Lot of Two: BALLARD / BURLINGTON, VT Stoneware Butter Crocks

Lot 248: Lot of Two: BALLARD / BURLINGTON, VT Stoneware Butter Crocks

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Description: Two Pieces of Vermont Stoneware, mid 19th century, a four-gallon jar with large cobalt floral design featuring a dotted blossom, stamped "BALLARD & BROTHERS / BURLINGTON, VT;" paired with a four-gallon jar with profuse flowering vine design, stamped "O.L. & A.L. BALLARD / BURLINGTON, VT". Ballard & Brothers jar with significant damage including a heavily-cracked and taped underside, a shorter crack from rim, and significant repair to rim. Other crock with wide crack on reverse, extending vertically from rim onto underside.

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HAXSTUN & CO. / FORT EDWARD, NY Stoneware Crock with Chicken Pecking Corn

Lot 249: HAXSTUN & CO. / FORT EDWARD, NY Stoneware Crock with Chicken Pecking Corn

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Description: Five-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Large Cobalt Pecking Chicken Decoration, Stamped "HAXSTUN & CO. / FORT EDWARD, N.Y.," circa 1880, cylindrical crock with semi-rounded rim and applied lug handles, decorated with a slip-trailed cobalt design of a chicken with heavily-shaded body, pecking at a heavily-shrubbed, circular patch of ground. Some light crazing to rim. Tight 7" crack from rim on reverse. Some minor rim nicks.

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OTTMAN BROS. / FORT EDWARD, NY Stoneware Crock with Double Birds

Lot 250: OTTMAN BROS. / FORT EDWARD, NY Stoneware Crock with Double Birds

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Description: Four-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Double Bird Decoration, Stamped "OTTMAN BRO'S / & CO / FORT EDWARD, N.Y.," circa 1880, cylindrical crock with semi-squared rim and applied lug handles, decorated with a slip-trailed design of crossed birds with heavily-shaded bodies, perched on a tree branch. Flaking to underside. 1 1/2" glazed-over base flake on reverse. Some minor, tiny spots of exfoliation on left side of crock. A few chips at edge on underside, which appear to be in-the-making. A minor chip on interior of rim.

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New York Stoneware Company Stoneware Jug w/ Basket of Flowers Decoration

Lot 251: New York Stoneware Company Stoneware Jug w/ Basket of Flowers Decoration

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Description: Two-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Flower Basket Decoration, Stamped "NEW YORK / STONEWARE CO. / FORT EDWARD, N.Y.," circa 1875, cylindrical jug with tall spout decorated with an open-handled, cross-hatched urn brimming with leaves, a large circular flower, and dotted trails. Flake to side of spout. Some light fry to cobalt.

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HAXSTUN, OTTMAN, & CO. / FORT EDWARD Stoneware Jug with Script Advertising

Lot 252: HAXSTUN, OTTMAN, & CO. / FORT EDWARD Stoneware Jug with Script Advertising

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Description: One-Gallon Stoneware Presentation Jug, Stamped "HAXSTUN OTTMAN & CO. / FORT EDWARD, NY," circa 1870, cylindrical jug with stylized cobalt whirling foliate design, the name "E Muray" slip-trailed in large script at the base. Excellent, essentially as-made condition with two minor, glazed-over spout nicks.

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OTTMAN BROS. / FORT EDWARD, NY Stoneware Crock with Double Birds

Lot 253: OTTMAN BROS. / FORT EDWARD, NY Stoneware Crock with Double Birds

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Description: Four-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Double Bird Decoration, Stamped "OTTMAN BROS. & CO. / FORT EDWARD, N.Y.," circa 1880, cylindrical crock with semi-squared rim and applied lug handles, decorated with a slip-trailed design of two crested birds perched on a tree branch. Restoration to flakes to right of decoration and a few restored spots to left of decoration, not touching decoration. Exfoliation to underside. Chips to underside at edge of crock. Salt drips to surface on side and reverse of crock. Minor chip to interior of rim.

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1 1/2 Gal. NEW YORK STONEWARE CO. Stoneware Crock with Bird

Lot 254: 1 1/2 Gal. NEW YORK STONEWARE CO. Stoneware Crock with Bird

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Description: One-and-a-Half-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Bird Decoration, Stamped "NEW YORK STONEWARE CO.," circa 1875, cylindrical crock with semi-rounded rim and applied lug handles, decorated with a somewhat unusual slip-trailed bird design with heavy shading around the face, breast, and back. 2 1/2" crack from rim on reverse. Two small stone pings. Very minor rim nick.

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OTTMAN BROS. / FORT EDWARD, NY Stoneware Jug with Tornado Design

Lot 255: OTTMAN BROS. / FORT EDWARD, NY Stoneware Jug with Tornado Design

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Description: One-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Stylized Cobalt Decoration, Stamped "OTTMAN BRO'S / & CO / FORT EDWARD, N.Y.," circa 1875, cylindrical jug with sloped shoulder and tooled spout, decorated with a tornado-shaped design with leafy brushwork above. Large chip on top of spout. 4 1/4" salt drip on side of jug.

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NEW YORK STONEWARE CO. One-Gallon Stoneware Jug

Lot 256: NEW YORK STONEWARE CO. One-Gallon Stoneware Jug

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Description: One-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Foliate Decoration, Stamped "NEW YORK STONEWARE CO., " circa 1875, cylindrical jug with sloped shoulder and semi-squared spout, decorated with slip-trailed leaf motif. Some staining to surface. Chip to reverse side of spout.

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NEW YORK STONEWARE CO. Stoneware Jug with Bird Decoration

Lot 256A: NEW YORK STONEWARE CO. Stoneware Jug with Bird Decoration

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Description: One-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Bird Decoration, Stamped "NEW YORK STONEWARE CO.," NY State origin, circa 1875, cylindrical jug with squared spout, decorated with a slip-trailed design of a fat-bodied bird with crest, perched on a stylized branch. Excellent condition with two minor spout nicks.

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1/2 Gal. Stoneware Jar att. Old Bridge, NJ

Lot 256B: 1/2 Gal. Stoneware Jar att. Old Bridge, NJ

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Description: Half-Gallon Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Jar, attributed to Old Bridge, NJ, circa 1820, cylindrical jar with tooled shoulder, tapered neck, and rounded rim, decorated with three large brushed daubs around the shoulder. Hairlines at base. Y-shaped hairline on underside. Two minor base nicks.

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Stoneware Bottle with Cobalt

Lot 257: Stoneware Bottle with Cobalt "Post"

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Description: Stoneware "Post" Bottle, Northeastern U.S. origin, 19th century, cylindrical bottle with blob top, featuring the word "Post" in large slip-trailed cobalt letters. Unusual cobalt-spotted treatment of the letter "P". Shallow base chip. Small chip to bottom edge of spout. H 10 1/8".

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Lot of Two: Stoneware Bottles

Lot 258: Lot of Two: Stoneware Bottles

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Description: Two Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Bottles, American, circa 1850, one impressed "D. BACON" and another impressed "N. HALEY," both with banded cobalt decoration and highlights to stamped marks. In-the-firing flaw to top of Haley bottle, along with a base chip and two base nicks. Bacon bottle with heavy chipping to base, a few small spout chips, and spidering lines throughout.

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Lot of Two: Stoneware Bottles with Impressed Advertising

Lot 259: Lot of Two: Stoneware Bottles with Impressed Advertising

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Description: Two Salt-Glazed Stoneware Bottles, Northeastern U.S. origin, 19th century, both of similar cylindrical form with blob tops, one with impressed and cobalt-highlighted advertising for "LEROY. BROWN & SON," the other impressed "R. K. & Co. / KNICKERBOCKER". Small base chip and firing flaw to side of Knickerbocker bottle. Both in otherwise very nice condition. H (of taller bottle) 9 1/2".

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Lot of Two: Stoneware Bottles with Impressed Advertising

Lot 260: Lot of Two: Stoneware Bottles with Impressed Advertising

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Description: Two Stoneware Bottles, Northeastern U.S. origin, 19th century, both of similar cylindrical form with blob tops, one impressed "R, ANDERSON / BOTTLE NOT SOLD," the other impressed "L.R. MARSIT". Both with cobalt highlights to impressed marks. Anderson bottle with chip to bottom edge of spout and two small stone pings to side of bottle. Other bottle with some chipping to bottom edge of spout. H (of taller bottle) 10 3/4".

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Lot of Two: Stoneware Bottles with Cobalt Decoration

Lot 261: Lot of Two: Stoneware Bottles with Cobalt Decoration

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Description: Two Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Bottles, Northeastern U.S. origin, 19th century, one with cobalt-decorated top, stamped "J.H.W.," paired with a bottle with slip-trailed initials "F" and "O". J.H.W. bottle in excellent condition. Other bottle with significant damage, including filled flakes and a long hairline. H (of shorter bottle) 9 5/8".

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Lot of Three: Stoneware Bottles with Impressed Advertising

Lot 262: Lot of Three: Stoneware Bottles with Impressed Advertising

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Description: Three Impressed Stoneware Bottles, Northeastern U.S. origin, 19th century, all of similar blob-topped form, one marked "R.K. & CO. / KNICKERBOCKER," one marked "JOHN HOWELL," and one marked "J A, KEELER". All in very good condition. One with an in-the-firing base chip. One with shallow chipping to spout, possibly in-the-firing. H (of tallest bottle) 10 1/4".

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New York State Stoneware Crock with Chicken Pecking Corn Decoration

Lot 263: New York State Stoneware Crock with Chicken Pecking Corn Decoration

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Description: Four-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Chicken Pecking Corn Decoration, Stamped "RIEDINGER & CAIRE / POUGHKEEPSIE," NY State origin, circa 1860, cylindrical crock with tooled shoulder, semi-rounded rim, and applied lug handles, decorated with a large slip-trailed design of a chicken pecking kernels of corn from a heavily-detailed lawn flanked by shrubs. Exfoliation to surface. 8 1/2" crack on right side of crock's front. Hairline to one handle terminal.

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New York State Stoneware Crock with Chicken Pecking Corn

Lot 264: New York State Stoneware Crock with Chicken Pecking Corn

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Description: Two-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Chicken Pecking Corn Decoration, NY State origin, circa 1875, cylindrical crock with tooled shoulder, semi-rounded rim, and applied lug handles, decorated with a large cobalt chicken (or possibly a rooster, given the long tail) pecking kernels of corn from the ground. Inverted Y-shaped hairline along with another hairline from rim on front. Top-to-bottom hairline on reverse. A few minor rim chips.

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R.H DIEBOLL / WASHINGTON, MICH Stoneware Churn with Cobalt Deer Decoration

Lot 265: R.H DIEBOLL / WASHINGTON, MICH Stoneware Churn with Cobalt Deer Decoration

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Description: Fine Four-Gallon Stoneware Churn with Cobalt Deer Decoration, Stamped "R.H. DIEBOLL / WASHINGTON, MICH," late 20th century, ovoid churn with tooled shoulder, flared rim, and applied lug handles, decorated with a large deer with turned head and spotted body, standing between two pine trees with fence to the left. An excellent example of Dieboll stoneware. Excellent condition.

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Reproduction of FULPER BROS. / FLEMINGTON, NJ Stoneware Jug with Bathing Beauties Decoration

Lot 266: Reproduction of FULPER BROS. / FLEMINGTON, NJ Stoneware Jug with Bathing Beauties Decoration

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Description: Reproduction Bathing Beauties Jug, Stamped "FULPER BROS / FLEMINGTON, NJ" and "COOPERSTOWN," late 20th century, three-gallon jug, featuring the well-known Fulper bathing beauties design in slip-trailed blue. Reverse marked "FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE NEW YORK STATE HISTORICAL ASSOC. / COOPERSTOWN". Excellent condition.

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Rare New England Redware Pitcher

Lot 267: Rare New England Redware Pitcher

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Description: Rare Redware Pitcher with Exceptional Glaze, New England origin, first half 19th century, ovoid pitcher with rounded foot, flared rim, and applied ribbed handle, the surface decorated with mottled light green glaze with light-orange grounded over a speckled, rust-colored ground. The color of the vessel changes depending upon the concentration of the applied glaze, which varies across the surface. Chips and wear to rim. Wear to handle. H 7".

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Fine New England Redware Lidded Jar

Lot 268: Fine New England Redware Lidded Jar

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Description: Fine Glazed Redware Jar with Lid, New England origin, second quarter 19th century, ovoid jar with rounded foot, flared rim, and small applied handles with depressed terminals. Surface decorated with splashed manganese over a dark red ground. Includes New England redware lid with manganese decoration and coggled bandling, probably not original to the jar. Jar with rim wear, otherwise excellent condition. Lid with two edge chips and two tiny nicks to flange on its underside. H (of jar excluding lid) 8 3/4".

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Manganese Decorated Redware Porringer, probably John Corliss, Maine

Lot 269: Manganese Decorated Redware Porringer, probably John Corliss, Maine

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Description: Glazed Redware Handled Jar, probably John Corliss, Days Ferry, ME, early 19th century, cylindrical jar with rounded shoulder, flared rim, and applied strap handle, the surface decorated with splashed manganese. Incised "16" on underside. A shallow chip and wear to handle. Light wear to surface. Glaze wear and roughness to rim. H 5 3/4".

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Lead-Glazed Redware Jar, New England origin

Lot 270: Lead-Glazed Redware Jar, New England origin

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Description: Glazed Redware Jar, New England origin, ovoid jar with rounded foot and flared rim, the surface covered in a lead glaze over a colorful green and orange-spotted ground. Some wear around midsection. Heavy chipping to base. Small rim chip and other minor rim wear. H 6 3/4".

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New England Redware Pitcher with Lid

Lot 271: New England Redware Pitcher with Lid

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Description: Glazed Redware Pitcher with Lid, New England origin, early 19th century, thin-walled ovoid pitcher with foot, heavily-tooled shoulder, and semi-squared rim. Sides decorated with splashed manganese over an orange ground. Glazed redware lid fits pitcher, but may not be original to this piece. Visually-appealing form. Excellent condition with light glaze wear to rim and left side of spout. Lid in excellent condition. H (excluding lid) 6 1/2".

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Manganese Decorated New England Redware Porringer

Lot 272: Manganese Decorated New England Redware Porringer

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Description: Glazed Redware Porringer, New England origin, early 19th century, ovoid jar with ribbed handle, flared rim, and rounded foot, decorated with haphazard manganese brushwork over a mottled rust-colored ground. Chips to base and handle. Light wear to rim. H 6".

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Lot of Three: New England Redware Jars with Manganese Decoration

Lot 273: Lot of Three: New England Redware Jars with Manganese Decoration

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Description: Three Glazed Cylindrical Redware Jars, New England origin, second quarter 19th century, all of similar cylindrical form with rounded and tooled shoulder, decorated with manganese daubs over a bright orange or reddish ground. Middle-sized example includes a glazed redware lid with manganese highlights. Tallest with heavy chipping to base; otherwise excellent condition. Middle-sized jar with wear to rim, a 1 1/4" base chip along with a few other minor base chips, and chips to lid. Shortest jar with a few small spots of glaze loss to rim and a 1 3/4" flake off underside at edge, which occurred in the firing and is glazed over. H (of tallest) 8 3/4".

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New England Handled Redware Jar with Manganese Decoration, probably CT

Lot 274: New England Handled Redware Jar with Manganese Decoration, probably CT

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Description: Glazed Redware Jar, New England origin, probably Connecticut, first half 19th century, ovoid jar with pronounced foot, tall collar, and ribbed lug handles, decorated with splashes of manganese over a reddish-orange ground. Chips and wear to rim. Wear to shoulder molding on one side. Minor wear to base and edge of one handle. H 8 1/2".

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Connecticut Redware Butter Crock with Lid

Lot 275: Connecticut Redware Butter Crock with Lid

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Description: Scarce Glazed Redware Butter Crock with Lid, Connecticut origin, circa 1840, cylindrical form with heavily-tooled shoulder and original lid with concentric bands, both with daubs of manganese over a dark reddish-orange ground. An unusual form in American redware, particularly with original lid. Crock with small base chips and wear to rim. Chip and minor wear to knob of lid. 2" loss to flange on underside, along with a hairline and small chips to flange. Edge chips to lid. D 8" ; H (including lid) 5 1/2".

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Redware Jar with Lead and Copper Slip, probably New England

Lot 276: Redware Jar with Lead and Copper Slip, probably New England

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Description: Glazed Redware Jar with Copper Slip Decoration, probably New England, early 19th century, cylindrical jar with tooled shoulder and flared rim, decorated with slashes of copper-augmented yellow slip over a mottled, rust-colored ground. Reglued section to rim and shoulder area, with coloring along repair as well as coloring to glaze loss along rim. Some additional light wear to shoulder. Some flakes to surface at base. Minor base wear. H 8 1/2".

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Lot of Two: Redware Batter Pitcher and Redware Jar, Both with Manganese Decoration

Lot 277: Lot of Two: Redware Batter Pitcher and Redware Jar, Both with Manganese Decoration

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Description: Two Pieces of Glazed Redware, American, 19th century, a cylindrical jar with manganese daub decoration, Connecticut origin, circa 1840, including an Albany-slip-glazed stoneware lid; paired with a redware batter pitcher with sponged manganese decoration and original domed lid, PA or New England origin. Pitcher with crack on underside, extending 2 3/4" up base, as well as wear to rim, a chip and wear to spout, shallow base chips, and a chip and wear to handle. A few chips and small nicks to lid. Jar with wide in-the-firing crack in underside, continuing onto base, along with a few base chips, and some nicks to rim. H (of pitcher incl. lid) 8".

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Lot of Two: Glazed Redware Jug with Redware Milkpan

Lot 278: Lot of Two: Glazed Redware Jug with Redware Milkpan

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Description: Two Pieces of Glazed Redware, American, 19th century, an early 19th century New England redware jug with tooled shoulder, narrow spout, and applied strap handle, the lead-glazed surface with nice orange and rust-colored mottling; paired with a milkpan with rounded sides, flattened rim, and lead-glazed interior, probably New England. Jug with damage to side of handle, wear to spout, base chips, a few small glaze flakes near base, and a reglued sliver to foot at base. Milkpan with wear to interior. H (of jug) 11 1/4".

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Lot of Two: Diminutive Redware Jugs

Lot 279: Lot of Two: Diminutive Redware Jugs

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Description: Two Diminutive Glazed Redware Jugs, American, 19th century, an ovoid jug with tall neck and elaborate wavy line incising, the surface decorated with streaks of manganese over a red ground, possibly New England origin; paired with a semi-ovoid jug with tooled shoulder and thin strap handle, the surface covered in a streaky lead-and-manganese glaze, possibly PA origin. A few minor flakes to tall-necked jug. Both in otherwise excellent condition. H (of taller jug) 4 1/2".

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Lot of Three: Cylindrical Redware Jars with Manganese Glaze

Lot 280: Lot of Three: Cylindrical Redware Jars with Manganese Glaze

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Description: Three Manganese-Glazed Redware Jars, American, early 19th century, all of similar cylindrical form with rounded rims, their surfaces covered in a blackish lead-and-manganese glaze. Largest jar with a tight hairline to underside, extending onto base, and wear to rim and shoulder. Medium-sized jar in excellent condition. Smallest jar with base chips and wear to shoulder and rim. H (of tallest jar) 12".

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Lot of Two: Small Redware Jug and Redware Cream Pitcher

Lot 281: Lot of Two: Small Redware Jug and Redware Cream Pitcher

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Description: Two Pieces of Glazed Redware Tableware, American, 19th century, a squat-shaped ovoid jug with heavily-tooled midsection, paired with a small ovoid pitcher, decorated with daubs of manganese. Jug with restoration to spout, handle chips, other light wear to handle and midsection, and two base chips. Pitcher with wear to light wear to rim and wear to handle. H (of pitcher) 4 1/2".

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Lot of Two: Glazed Redware Jar and Pitcher

Lot 282: Lot of Two: Glazed Redware Jar and Pitcher

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Description: Two Pieces of Glazed Redware, American, 19th century, a quart-sized ovoid pitcher with applied strap handle, the surface covered in a reddish-brown lead-and-manganese glaze; paired with a small cylindrical jar with lead-and-manganese glaze. Pitcher with wear to spout and a small glaze flake to side of handle. Hairline and rim chip to jar. H (of pitcher) 6 1/4".

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New England Redware Cream Pitcher with Manganese Decoration

Lot 283: New England Redware Cream Pitcher with Manganese Decoration

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Description: Fine Miniature Glazed Redware Pitcher, New England origin, first half 19th century, with exceptional bulbous form, rounded foot, and ribbed handle, the surface decorated with streaks of manganese over a dark red ground. Excellent condition with minor wear, including a small area of wear to foot, and two tiny flecks of glaze missing near base. H 3 7/8".

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Diminutive Redware Bank

Lot 284: Diminutive Redware Bank

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Description: Rare Diminutive Glazed Redware Bank, probably PA origin, 19th century, ovoid form with pointed finial, diagonally-carved slot, and heavily-tooled bands. Surface covered in a reddish brown lead-and-manganese glaze with dark flecks. Pen inscription on underside indicating that it was purchased at a Hartsine Auction in PA during the 20th century. Small base chip. Otherwise excellent condition. H 2 3/4".

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Miniature Glazed Redware Jar

Lot 285: Miniature Glazed Redware Jar

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Description: Miniature Glazed Redware Jar, American, 19th century, with flared foot and bulbous body, the surface covered in a lead glaze over a mottled orange and rust-colored ground. Chipping around rim. Two base chips. H 1 3/4".

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Miniature Redware Canning Jar with Manganese Glaze

Lot 286: Miniature Redware Canning Jar with Manganese Glaze

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Description: Miniature Glazed Redware Jar, American, 19th century, cylindrical jar with coggled shoulder, the surface covered in a dark brown lead-and-manganese glaze. Excellent condition with a minor base nick. H 3 1/2".

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Small Olive Colored Glazed New England Redware Dish

Lot 287: Small Olive Colored Glazed New England Redware Dish

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Description: Diminutive Glazed Redware Bowl, possibly New England, 19th century, with flared sides, rounded rim, and coggled banding around the shoulder. Surface covered in a brownish lead-and-manganese glaze. Dryness to exterior. Wear to rim. H 2 1/2" ; Diameter (at opening) 5 3/4".

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Lot of Two: Manganese Glazed Redware Pitchers

Lot 288: Lot of Two: Manganese Glazed Redware Pitchers

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Description: Two Early Glazed Redware Pitchers, American, early 19th century, both of similar form, with highly-ovoid midsections, narrow feet, flared collars, and ribbed strap handles, similarly-decorated with dark lead-and-manganese glazes. Smaller pitcher with base chips, a rim chip, two short hairlines from rim, and some rim wear. Larger pitcher with rim and spout chips, as well as a tight 1" hairline from rim and some minor, short lines in base. H (of smaller pitcher) 8 1/2".

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Miniature Molded Redware Toy Reclining Dog with Manganese Highlights

Lot 289: Miniature Molded Redware Toy Reclining Dog with Manganese Highlights

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Description: Miniature Redware Figure of a Dog, probably PA origin, 19th century, toy dog molded in the form of a reclining, lop-eared dog, the surface decorated with sponged manganese over a reddish ground. Loss to bottom of one ear. Other minor wear. L 2 1/4".

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Manganese Glazed Redware Sander or Shaker

Lot 290: Manganese Glazed Redware Sander or Shaker

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Description: Rare Glazed Redware Sander or Shaker, American, 19th century, with pedestal base, ovoid body, and incised holes in top, the surface covered in a dark brown lead-and-manganese glaze. Excellent condition. H 2 5/8".

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Lead Glazed Redware Jug Flask

Lot 291: Lead Glazed Redware Jug Flask

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Description: Small-Sized Glazed Redware Flask, American, 19th century, wheel-thrown jug with flared rim, applied strap handle, and flattened sides, the surface covered in a heavy lead glaze over a dark orange ground. Excellent condition. H 5 1/8".

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Pennsylvania Redware Bank

Lot 292: Pennsylvania Redware Bank

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Description: Large-Sized Glazed Redware Bank, PA origin, 19th century, ovoid bank with pointed finial and carved slot, the surface covered in a heavy lead glaze over a dark orange ground. Excellent condition with some wear to slot. H 5 1/2".

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Lead-Glazed American Redware Bank with Scratched Initials

Lot 293: Lead-Glazed American Redware Bank with Scratched Initials

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Description: Glazed Redware Bank, Incised "DJ," American, 19th century, ovoid bank with heavily-tooled pointed finial and lead-glazed surface, incised with the intials "DJ" flanking the slot. Damage to slot and very minor wear to tip of finial. H 6".

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Pennsylvania Slip-Decorated Redware Loaf Dish

Lot 294: Pennsylvania Slip-Decorated Redware Loaf Dish

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Description: Slip-Decorated Redware Loaf Dish, American, early to mid 19th century, with coggled edge, the interior decorated with four fylfots in yellow slip. Wear to interior. Two shallow edge chips. 2" faint line from edge. L 13 1/2" ; W 9".

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