Unusual Redware Ring Jug with Dripped Yellow and Brown Decoration, North Carolina or Pennsylvania origin

July 20, 2013 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 569

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Rare Slip-Decorated Redware Ring Jug, North Carolina or Pennsylvania origin, 19th century, circular jug with applied spout, decorated with haphazard drips of yellow and brown slip over an orange clay ground. Surface covered in a clear lead glaze. Excellent decoration and form. 5" section reglued near base with flaking and losses to clay body on reverse. Much of this damage has been partially stabilized with a glue-like substance. A chip to interior and exterior of spout on one side and other lighter spout wear. L (including spout 8 3/4".


Unusual Redware Ring Jug with Dripped Yellow and Brown Decoration, North Carolina or Pennsylvania originUnusual Redware Ring Jug with Dripped Yellow and Brown Decoration, North Carolina or Pennsylvania originUnusual Redware Ring Jug with Dripped Yellow and Brown Decoration, North Carolina or Pennsylvania originUnusual Redware Ring Jug with Dripped Yellow and Brown Decoration, North Carolina or Pennsylvania origin

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