Lot of Four: Earthenware Vessels incl. 18th Century New England Redware Porringer and Two New England Redware Jars

July 19, 2014 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 477

Price Realized: $28.75

($25 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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July 19, 2014 Auction Catalog

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Four Pieces of Glazed Utilitarian Pottery, a porringer excavated at Stewart Mansion in Newburgh, NY, American, circa 1750-1770; two small lead-and-manganese-glazed redware jars, American, 19th century; and a dark-glazed jar, probably Asian. Porringer broken into three pieces and tightly reglued. Tallest jar with significant exfoliation to body, along with chips and wear to rim and base. Middle-sized jar in excellent condition with a small rim chip. Smallest jar with large rim chip. H (of taller jar) 5 1/2".


Lot of Four: Earthenware Vessels incl. 18th Century New England Redware Porringer and Two New England Redware Jars

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