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

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★  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!

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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.

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The Thomas Commeraw Project

The Commeraw Project

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BOYNTON, Albany, New York, Stoneware Water CoolerAntique American Stoneware Spittoon
Anna Pottery Pig Bottle / Flask
Stoneware Aquarium Castle, possibly Anna Pottery
Anthony Bacher Redware Urn (Winchester, VA)
L. NORTON & SON / BENNINGTON Stoneware Cooler
Redware / Earthenware Cat Bank
Western PA Stoneware Crock
M + T MiLLER / NEW PORT / PERRY Co / PENN (Newport, Pennsylvania) Stoneware Birdhouse
Haddonfield, New Jersey, Stoneware Pottery Vase
LYMAN & CLARK / GARDINER, Maine Stoneware Jug
Ohio Stoneware Cooler
David Parr, Jr, Richmond Stoneware Chalice
Morgantown Stoneware People Crock
Stoneware chicken Water Cooler
American Redware Crock
KEESEE & PARR / RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Stoneware CoolerAnna Pottery Frog Inkwell
Baltimore, Maryland, Stoneware Pitcher
New England or New York Stoneware Gemel (Double Jug)
Roseville, Ohio, Stoneware Pottery Crock
EDMANDS & CO, Charlestown (Boston), Massachusetts, Stoneware Deer Crock
William Miller Jr. Strasburg, Va Shenandoah Pottery Crock W.J. Smith / Pottery / Bridgeton / NJ Earthenware Pig Bank