Fine Diminutive Redware Mold Impressed J. BELL, John Bell, Waynesboro, PA

October 22, 2016 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 293

Price Realized: $488.75

($425 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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Small-Sized Glazed Redware Food Mold, Stamped "J. BELL", Waynesboro, PA origin, circa 1840, with turk's head form, the surface decorated with sponged manganese and covered in a clear lead glaze. Impressed diagonally with "J. BELL" maker's mark at base of mold. A 1 5/8" chipped section to rim. Other typical light wear to rim. Typical wear to top of central tube. A chip to underside. H (to top of central tube) 2 3/4" ; Diameter 5 1/2".


Fine Diminutive Redware Mold Impressed J. BELL, John Bell, Waynesboro, PAFine Diminutive Redware Mold Impressed J. BELL, John Bell, Waynesboro, PAFine Diminutive Redware Mold Impressed J. BELL, John Bell, Waynesboro, PAFine Diminutive Redware Mold Impressed J. BELL, John Bell, Waynesboro, PAFine Diminutive Redware Mold Impressed J. BELL, John Bell, Waynesboro, PA

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