New Jersey Stoneware "ICE WATER" Cooler, attributed to Wingender, late 19th century

July 21, 2012 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 45

Price Realized: $1,955.00

($1,700 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Two-Gallon Incised Stoneware "ICE WATER" Cooler with Face, attributed to Charles Wingender, Haddonfield, NJ, late 19th century, keg-form cooler with coggled bands, the front with ornately incised inscription "Ice Water" flanked by incised foliate designs. Bung hole in the form of a molded bearded man's face. Includes domed lid with cobalt bands and cobalt-highlighted knob. Cooler in excellent condition with a few firing lines in molded face and a shallow chip to interior of rim of cooler. Lid with a 2 1/2" loss to flange on underside of lid, along with two other small chips, a firing crack, and a shallow chip to edge. H (excluding lid) 10 7/8".




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