Lot of Three: Early Ovoid American Stoneware Vessels

July 19, 2014 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 48

Price Realized: $230.00

($200 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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July 19, 2014 Auction Catalog

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Three Pieces of Early Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware, American, circa 1800-1840, a five-gallon double-handled jug, inscribed "5", New York State or possibly Ohio origin; a three-gallon ovoid jar with three vertical cobalt stripes on each side, Northeastern U.S. origin; and a two-gallon jar with light cobalt highlights to shoulder and handle terminals. Jug in excellent, essentially as-made condition with an in-the-firing iron ping to top of spout. Three-gallon jar with rim and base chips, tight meandering lines throughout body, a small stone ping to one handle, and heavy exfoliation to interior. Two-gallon jar with tight surface lines and thin cracks throughout, most of which are not visible on the interior, as well as heavy chipping to base and two minor rim chips.

Lot of Three: Early Ovoid American Stoneware Vessels

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