PAUL : CUSHMAN Albany, NY Stoneware Jar

July 17, 2010 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 35

Price Realized: $661.25

($575 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Early Baluster-Form Stoneware Jar, Impressed "PAUL : CUSHMANs," Albany, NY origin, circa 1810, stylishly-thrown jar with vase-like form, having an ovoid midsection, flared rim, shouldering incising, and applied lug handles. Shoulder additionally coggled with the large signature "PAUL : CUSHMANs." This nicely-formed jar exhibits finer potting than is usually found on Cushman stoneware. A good example of early Albany stoneware. Provenance: Sanford Smith, New York, New York. Two small base chips. H 14".


PAUL : CUSHMAN Albany, NY Stoneware JarPAUL : CUSHMAN Albany, NY Stoneware Jar

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