Lot of Seven: Stoneware Bottles Including M. EATON / MEAD Marked Example

July 19, 2014 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 482

Price Realized: $86.25

($75 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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July 19, 2014 Auction Catalog

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Lot of Seven Stoneware Drinking Vessels, 19th century, a salt-glazed example, marked "1853"; two unmarked salt-glazed examples; an Albany-slip-glazed example, marked "M. EATON / MEAD"; a small Albany-slip-glazed example, marked "AW"; a salt-glazed flask; and an amber-and-white, unmarked English bottle. 1853 bottle with staining. One unmarked salt-glazed bottle in excellent condition; the other with chipping to base, wear to bottom of neck, and wear to spout. Mead bottle with small base nicks and an in-the-firing contact mark to one side. "AW" bottle with shallow base chip, possibly in-the-firing, and a minor chip to underside at edge of bottle. Flask with spout chips and a tiny base chip. English bottle in excellent condition. H (of flask) 6 5/8".

Lot of Seven: Stoneware Bottles Including M. EATON / MEAD Marked Example

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