Outstanding Redware Dog Figure with Applied Coleslaw Fur, att. Anthony Baecher

March 2, 2013 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 145

Price Realized: $8,050.00

($7,000 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Outstanding Large-Sized Redware Figure of a Seated Dog with Applied Coleslaw Fur, attributed to Anthony W. Baecher, Adams County, PA, Thurmont, MD, or Winchester, VA origin, circa 1855-1885, hand-modeled figure of a seated dog on slab base perked ears, upward curled tail, and heavily-applied extruded clay fur. Surface covered in a rust-colored lead-and-manganese glaze. Aspects of the dog, including the face and muzzle, applied coleslaw fur, and base, are all consistent with Baecher's work. Impressive large size. Figure is nicely-modeled with a confident stance and wonderful facial expression displaying an alert and happy countenance. Tail reglued. Otherwise excellent condition. L 6" ; H 6".

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