Rare Glazed Southern Redware Jar, attributed to the Henkel-Spigle Pottery, Botetourt County, VA, c1830-50

March 19, 2016 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 387

Price Realized: $1,495.00

($1,300 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Rare Glazed Southern Redware Jar with Elaborate Incised Sine-Wave Decoration, attributed to the Henkel-Spigle Pottery, Botetourt County, VA, circa 1830-1850, ovoid jar with squared rim and distinctive applied strap handles, the surface decorated with elaborate incised banding and combed wavy lines, covered in a lead and iron-oxide glaze. Provenance: Recently discovered in Virginia. Shallow chips and wear to rim. A 1" chip to underside of one handle. Additional wear to handles. Wear and a 5/8" chip to shoulder molding. Wear to surface. H 10 1/8".

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