Exceptional Albany Stoneware Lid w/ Patriotic Eagles and Stars att. M. Tyler, circa 1835

July 18, 2015 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 91

Price Realized: $1,150.00

($1,000 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Exceptional Salt-Glazed Stoneware Lid with Elaborate Molded Federal Eagle and Star Decoration, attributed to Moses Tyler, Albany, NY, circa 1835, wheel-thrown lid with profuse molded decorations of four spread-winged Federal eagles flanked by flags, with sunburst motifs above, interspersed with stars, circular Federal eagle motifs created from a coin or token. Additionally impressed three times with a number 3. This lid matches an example signed "M. TYLER / ALBANY", sold in our July 7, 2009 auction. Provenance: A recently-discovered example, found in a wall in an early Ohio home. A chip and some minor wear to edge. Two large chips to knob. Diameter 10 1/2".


Exceptional Albany Stoneware Lid w/ Patriotic Eagles and Stars att. M. Tyler, circa 1835Exceptional Albany Stoneware Lid w/ Patriotic Eagles and Stars att. M. Tyler, circa 1835

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