Redware Lidded Sugar Bowl

March 3, 2012 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 83

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Very Rare Glazed Redware Sugar Bowl with Lid, possibly Hagerstown, MD, early 19th century, small, ovoid jar with applied handles and flaring mouth covered in a creamy yellowish glaze with green copper sponging on one side and greenish-yellowish sponging on reverse. Lid with stepped dome and pointed finial, covered in similar glazing, but with brown manganese also applied on finial. Similarly glazed ware has been attributed to the early Hagerstown potters, such as Henry Adam and Peter Bell. A rare example of American redware in terms of form, glazing, and age. Wear to rim and handles. Restoration to section of lid and wear to lid edges and finial. Height including lid 4 3/4".


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