Glazed Redware Pitcher, probably Pennsylvania, second or third quarter 19th century

November 3, 2018 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 283

Estimate: $250-$350

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Glazed Redware Pitcher, probably PA origin, second or third quarter 19th century. ovoid pitcher with footed base, tooled rim, and ribbed handle, the surface and handle profusely-decorated with sponged manganese and covered in a clear lead glaze. Provenance: Collection of Harry Meyer, McDonald, PA. A 1 1/2" flake to rim. Additional wear to rim and spout. Crack across underside, continuing 4 1/2" up side of pitcher. A 5/8" surface flake to front. Other light wear to surface. Base chips. Chips and wear to handle. Exfoliation to underside. Flakes to interior. H 8 3/4".


Glazed Redware Pitcher, probably Pennsylvania, second or third quarter 19th centuryGlazed Redware Pitcher, probably Pennsylvania, second or third quarter 19th centuryGlazed Redware Pitcher, probably Pennsylvania, second or third quarter 19th centuryGlazed Redware Pitcher, probably Pennsylvania, second or third quarter 19th century

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