Three Pieces of European Redware
December 3, 2011 Antiques Auction
Lot #: 272
Price Realized: $57.50
($50 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium).
Three Pieces of European Redware, 19th century, an ovoid pitcher with swirled manganese and white slip glaze; a slip-decorated bowl; and a tankard pitcher with brown-glazed exterior and white-glazed interior. Smaller pitcher with base and rim chips, several small glaze flakes, and a 2 1/4" inverted Y-shaped line from rim. Bowl with wear to rim and a few glaze flakes to interior. Larger pitcher with base chips, a rim chip, and some small nicks to rim. H (of smaller pitcher) 7 1/2".
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(Our next auction
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