Lot of Two: Fulper Bird Crock and Stoneware Crock with Floral Decoration

November 2, 2013 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 212

Price Realized: $201.25

($175 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Two New Jersey Stoneware Crocks, 19th century, a one-gallon cylindrical crock, decorated with a brushed cobalt floral design on one side and a "1" on reverse, attributed to New Brunswick, NJ, circa 1870; paired with a Bristol-slip-glazed crock with cobalt bird decoration, attributed to the Fulper Pottery, Flemington, NJ. New Brunswick crock with 3" hairline from rim, minor wear to handle including a small in-the-firing handle chip, nicks to shoulder molding, some whitish staining, and a faint 1 3/8" surface line at base, continuing 1 3/4" onto underside, which is not visible on interior, some small chips to interior of rim. Fulper crock with 4" hairline from rim, a surface chip below bird, rim chips, some flakes to side of crock, a few very minor base chips, and a contact mark on reverse.

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