October 29, 2011 Auction Catalog
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Lot of Two: Manganese Splotched Redware Pitcher and Jar
October 29, 2011 Stoneware AuctionLot #: 126
Price Realized: $143.75 ($125 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium).
Two Pieces of Glazed Redware, PA origin, 19th century, an ovoid pitcher and a cylindrical jar, both with similar manganese decoration over an orange ground. Pitcher with heavy wear to rim and additional wear to handle and midsection. Jar with significant flaking to surface, heavy wear to rim, and a 1 3/8" rim chip. H (of pitcher) 6".
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Bidding is now closed. (Our next auction takes place on October 24, 2015.)
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