Lot of Two: New York State Goony Bird Churn and Crock with Pitcher Design, Dated 1888

July 19, 2014 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 474

Price Realized: $138.00

($120 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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July 19, 2014 Auction Catalog

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Two Pieces of New York State Stoneware, second half 19th century, a six-gallon crock with large decoration of a pitcher bearing the date 1888; paired with a four-gallon churn with folky decoration of a very large goony bird or game, including crested head, long neck, and heavily-detailed body. Crock with significant, crudely-filled flaking, rim chips (some of which are filled), thin cracks, and two possibly-restored handles with residue on surface. Churn with significant flaking. Bird churn with significant, crudely-filled flaking throughout, a filled rim chip, wear to inner rim, and a possibly-restored handle with residue on surface.


Lot of Two: New York State Goony Bird Churn and Crock with Pitcher Design, Dated 1888

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