Banks are amongst the rarest of all American stoneware forms, and southwestern Pennsylvania was no exception. Mark discusses a profusely-decorated example we will be selling on July 21, 2012, as part of our Summer 2012 Antique Stoneware & Redware Pottery auction.
Antique Presentation Stoneware of Eastern and Western Pennsylvania
Brandt talks about two examples of stoneware coincidentally both made for women or girls named Hannah, and uses it as an opportunity to discuss both presentation stoneware, as well as the fundamental difference between stoneware made in the eastern and western parts of the state of Pennsylvania. These two pieces will be sold on March 3, 2012.
Antique Stoneware People Crocks of West Virginia and Southwestern PA
Mark talks about the famous "People Crocks" in general, but specifically the two examples (one Morgantown, WV, one Uniontown, PA) we will be selling on March 3, 2012.