Rare Ohio Stoneware Planter with Applied Flowers and "DAISY" Written on Interior

March 2, 2013 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 341

Price Realized: $57.50

($50 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Rare Bristol-Slip-Glazed Stoneware Planter with Applied Floral Decoration, Inscribed "DAISY" in Cobalt on Interior, Midwestern origin, probably Ohio origin, late 19th century, slab-constructed planter with pedestal base, the sides composed of hand-modeled clay logs accented with impressed screw heads, the front and reverse with applied clay vines. Surface lavishly-highlighted in cobalt slip and decorated with cobalt spots. Interior with cobalt inscription "DAISY," presumably the owner of the planter. Maker's initials "LS" on interior. Two large losses to base. Missing one leaf on one side and a half of one leaf on opposite side. An in-the-firing crack to each side. A few rim chips and a hairline to one corner. H 5 5/8" ; L 7".

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