Possibly Unique Stoneware Jar w/ Detailed Tree, Fence, and Animal Decoration

October 17, 2015 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 261

Price Realized: $517.50

($450 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

PLEASE NOTE:  This result is 7 years old, and the American ceramics market frequently changes. Additionally, small nuances of color, condition, shape, etc. can mean huge differences in price. Please Contact Us for a Current, Accurate assessment of your items.

October 17, 2015 Auction Catalog

◀︎ Back to Catalog


Possibly Unique Three-Gallon Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Pastoral Scene Decoration, possibly New Jersey, circa 1860, cylindrical jar with tooled shoulder and squared rim, decorated with a large slip-trailed design of a willow tree beside a fence with horse. Reverse with cobalt inscription "3.G.". This jar was made by an as-yet-unidentified maker, who produced distinctive pottery inscribed on the reverse with slip-trailed numbers and the letter "G" for gallon. A 3" faint spider line to shoulder on side of jar, not visible on interior. A faint line on underside, which does not appear to extend through to interior. Some fry to cobalt at top of tree.

©2022 Crocker Farm, Inc. | info@crockerfarm.com | (410) 472-2016