Two Stoneware Jars, Northeastern U.S. origin, 19th century

October 17, 2015 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 555

Price Realized: $143.75

($125 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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October 17, 2015 Auction Catalog

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Two Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Jars, Northeastern U.S., 19th century, an approximately one-half-gallon to three-quart, cylindrical jar, decorated with three brushed tulip designs, attributed to Richard C. Remmey, Philadelphia, PA; paired with a small jar with alternating cobalt swag and diamond design, probably New Jersey origin. Remmey jar with a few small rim chips, a faint X-shaped line to side, and a short line from rim. Smaller jar with a rim chip including a short line from rim, three short lines at base, as well as some wear to inner rim where a lid would rest. H (of smaller jar) 6".


Two Stoneware Jars, Northeastern U.S. origin, 19th centuryTwo Stoneware Jars, Northeastern U.S. origin, 19th century

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