Rare and Fine New York Stoneware Pitcher with Profuse Slip-Trailed and Brushed Decoration

July 16, 2016 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 43

Price Realized: $1,265.00

($1,100 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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July 16, 2016 Auction Catalog

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Rare and Fine Stoneware Pitcher with Profuse Cobalt Decoration, New York State origin, probably Lehman or Macquoid, New York, NY, circa 1860-1865, elegantly-turned pitcher with footed base, bulbous body, and tooled embellishments throughout. Decorated around the body with crossing wavy stripes of cobalt slip below a wavy stripe of cobalt slip interspersed with spots. Collar decorated with three flowering plants. Brushed circumferential cobalt bands throughout. Handle pierced with an original hole to allow for a pewter lid. Spout chips. A rim chip on reverse. A chip to piercing at top of handle. A small chip to underside at edge. A few nicks to collar molding. H 10".


Rare and Fine New York Stoneware Pitcher with Profuse Slip-Trailed and Brushed DecorationRare and Fine New York Stoneware Pitcher with Profuse Slip-Trailed and Brushed DecorationRare and Fine New York Stoneware Pitcher with Profuse Slip-Trailed and Brushed DecorationRare and Fine New York Stoneware Pitcher with Profuse Slip-Trailed and Brushed Decoration

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