Six Pieces of Glazed Redware, primarily American

October 17, 2015 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 341

Price Realized: $402.50

($350 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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October 17, 2015 Auction Catalog

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Seven Pieces of Glazed Redware, primarily American, primarily 19th century, a slip-decorated redware pig bank, English origin; an ovoid cream pitcher with streaked manganese decoration; a miniature mug with marbled manganese decoration; a Henry Schofield cream pitcher with orange slip decoration, circa 1880-1930; a mug with splashed manganese decoration, Norwalk, CT or Huntington, NY origin; a cake mold with manganese daubs and yellow slip line decoration, and a lead-and-manganese-glazed lid. Pig bank with restoration, chips to feet, and minor chips to snout. Manganese-decorated pitcher with wear to rim and spout. Miniature mug with chips and wear to rim. Schofield pitcher with 1 1/2" reglued flake on interior of rim, additional wear to rim, and a minor spot of wear at base of handle. Larger mug with large broken and reglued section, damage to rim, and glaze wear. Food mold with a hairline on underside, continuing a short distance onto base, typical minor wear to central tube, two small rim chips, and some shallow chipping to rim, possibly in-the-firing, which have darkened with use. Lid with heavy chipping. H (of manganese-decorated pitcher) 3 1/2" ; Diameter (of food mold) 9 1/4".

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