Unusual Redware Pitcher with Molded-Face Spout

July 20, 2013 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 295

Price Realized: $115.00

($100 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Glazed Redware Pitcher with Mask Spout, probably Lancaster County, PA, second half 19th century, molded octagonal pitcher with spout in the form bearded man's face, the surface decorated with splashed manganese and covered in a clear lead glaze. Small chips and wear to rim. Glazed-over rim chip near handle. In-the-firing separation to underside of handle near upper terminal. Two shallow, colored chips to base and an additional tiny glaze flake to base. A few minor spots of wear to handle. H (to top of handle) 8 1/4".

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