Pair of Redware Spaniels, probably Pennsylvania

January 30, 2010 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 43

Price Realized: $4,600.00

($4,000 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Very Rare and Fine Pair of Slip-Decorated Redware Spaniels, Pennsylvania origin, mid 19th century, molded standing spaniels decorated with daubs of manganese and bold spots of cream-colored slip. Ears, eyes, collar, and locket, additionally decorated in cream-colored slip. Surface covered in a clear lead glaze. Exceptional decoration. An identical spaniel, possibly one of the pair, is pictured on Richard Flanders Smith's poster, "REDWARE: BIRDS AND BEASTS," printed in 1993. Pair in excellent condition. One with three glaze flakes to ear, small glaze flake to front, and small glaze flake to foot. Second with small base chips, glaze flake to top of head, glaze flake to ear, tiny glaze flake to foot, and glaze flake to back. H 7".

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