Lot of Two: Stoneware Jugs w/ Reeded Necks, including att. Branch Green

March 1, 2014 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 354

Price Realized: $143.75

($125 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Two Early Stoneware Jugs, Northeastern U.S. origin, first quarter 19th century, a one-gallon ovoid jug with heavily-tooled neck, impressed "1", attributed to Branch Green, Philadelphia, PA or Old Bridge, NJ; paired with a half-gallon ovoid jug with heavily-tooled neck and footed base. One-gallon jug with small spout chip, 3/4" area of wear and nick to side of handle, base wear, a tight 7" line on side of jug, and a tight 3" line at base, continuing 2" onto underside. Half-gallon jug with some shallow chipping to base, otherwise excellent condition.


Lot of Two: Stoneware Jugs w/ Reeded Necks, including att. Branch GreenLot of Two: Stoneware Jugs w/ Reeded Necks, including att. Branch Green

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