The World's Leading American Stoneware & Redware Pottery Auction

March 14, 2015 Stoneware & Redware Auction - Selected, Featured Photos

Next Auction: 3/14/2015

MARCH 14 AUCTION RESULTS

HOW TO BID  |  ORDER PRINT CATALOG

More Info (Auction/Preview Times, Directions, Etc)

Selected, Featured Photos  |  Contact Us

NEWS. Sunday, March 29, 2015
03/15/2015. Prices from yesterday's auction have been (more...)

★  Seeking the Best in American Stoneware  ★

The market for high-quality American stoneware & redware is currently extremely strong. Please do not hesitate to contact us for a free, discrete evaluation of your pottery.

Crocker Farm Stoneware Auction 2014 Highlights

2014 Auction Highlights

We sold over $2.5 Million worth of antique American pottery in 2014, and over $4 Million worth in the last 18 months. Click here to view 2014 highlights. We are seeking the best in American stoneware & redware for our March 2015 sale!

Contact Us for a Free Evaluation

American Stoneware Masterpiece, Memorial Jug for a Potter Who Drowned, Sold for $138,000 on March 5, 2011, The Highest Price Ever Paid at a Stoneware Specialty Auction

Featured Highlight: New York State Civil War Soldiers Churn, SOLD for $402,500

This stoneware churn featuring four marching Civil War era soldiers sold for $402,500 (including 15% buyer's premium) in our July 2014 stoneware auction. Its $350,000 final bid was the highest ever recorded for a piece of American stoneware! The auction as a whole was the highest-grossing stoneware auction of all time at over $1.2 Million.

View More Highlights!

Stoneware Videos

A popular addition to our site, these videos both educate and further illuminate objects we will be selling in future auctions! Click here.

Fahrenheit 2300, Our Ceramics Blog

Ceramics Blog

Fahrenheit 2300 is an outlet for our original research on American potters. Click here to read!


Follow us on:
Like Crocker Farm on FacebookFollow CrockerFarm on TwitterSubscribe to the Crocker Farm Channel on YouTube

The Thomas Commeraw Project

The Commeraw Project

Click for info on Brandt's important project on the African-American potter whom history forgot.

Tanware Flowerpot
David Parr, Baltimore Stoneware Water CoolerNorton Pottery (Bennington, Vermont) Deer Crock
Baltimore Stoneware Flask
Baltimore Stoneware Pottery Cooler, probably Perine
Great Road Pottery (Tennessee/Virginia) Redware Jar
Western PA Antique Stoneware Jug
New York or New England Stoneware Dog Bank
HAXSTUN & CO. / FORT EDWARD, N.Y. Stoneware Crock
Medinger Pottery Vase
Antique Stoneware Flask, probably Connecticut
Stoneware Apple Cider Cooler
Remmey, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Stoneware Bank
J. & E. NORTON / BENNINGTON, VT Stoneware Deer Jug
Cumberland, MD Advertising JugAntique American Redware Flowerpot
COMMERAWS STONEWARE Pottery Jar (Thomas Commeraw, New York City)
New England Redware Jar
Redware / Earthenware Cat Bank
Antique American Redware Pitcher
Remmey Stoneware Pottery Pitcher, Philadelphia
Antique American Stoneware Lion
Midwestern Stoneware Elephant Crock, probably Ohio
Remmey, Philadelphia, Stoneware Bank
Early American Stoneware Jug, possibly Abraham Mead, Greenwich, CT
Parr Stoneware Crock, Baltimore, Maryland
Prob. Shenandoah Valley Redware Cat Figure, Solomon Bell