Albany Slip Stoneware Pitcher with Applied Initials and Stars, probably OH

July 16, 2011 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 62

Price Realized: $172.50

($150 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Diminutive Stoneware Folk Art Presentation Pitcher, probably Ohio origin, late 19th century, Albany-slip-glazed pitcher with incised bark surface, decorated with applied stars surrounding the initials "R.D.S". Surface additionally decorated with applied sawed limbs, knot holes, and a flower head. Handle with applied sawed limbs and three impressed screw head at terminal. Albany slip glazed surface. Minor nick to spout. Chips to some of the applied designs. H 6 1/4".

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