Three Pieces of Utilitarian Pottery, American, 19th century

October 17, 2015 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 558

Price Realized: $230.00

($200 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Three Pieces of Utilitarian Pottery, American, 19th century, a small-sized stoneware jar with cobalt foliate decoration, probably Philadelphia, PA origin; a cylindrical one-gallon jar with cobalt swag decoration, Mid-Atlantic origin; and redware cake mold with sponged manganese decoration. Small jar with one base chip. One-gallon jar in excellent condition with a small in-the-firing rim chip, a minor glazed-over base chip, and an area of white paint at base (unrelated to any restoration). Mold with chips and wear to rim and top of central tube. H (of small jar) 7" ; Diameter (of mold) 9".



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