Two Pieces of Glazed Redware, attributed to the John Bell Pottery, Waynesboro, PA, circa 1850-1890.

July 19, 2014 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 346

Price Realized: $143.75

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

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July 19, 2014 Auction Catalog

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Two Pieces of Glazed Redware, attributed to the John Bell Pottery, Waynesboro, PA, circa 1850-1890, a molded, eight-lobed dish with coggled edge, decorated on the interior with sponged manganese, the interior surface covered in a clear lead glaze; paired with a small turk's head mold with manganese sponging on interior and exterior rim, the entire surface covered in a clear lead glaze. Dish with rim chip and light wear to interior. Mold with wear to rim and tip of central tube, including a 5/8" worn spot on exterior of rim. H (of dish) 1 3/4" ; W (of dish) 6 3/8".


Two Pieces of Glazed Redware, attributed to the John Bell Pottery, Waynesboro, PA, circa 1850-1890.

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