Lot of Three: Multi-Glazed Redware Flowerpots, Pennsylvania Origin

March 25, 2017 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 134

Price Realized: $236.00

($200 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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Three Multi-Glazed Redware Flowerpots, Pennsylvania origin, 19th century, an unusual hanging flowerpot with coggled circle motif, copper and manganese decoration, and clear lead-glazed surface, attributed to George Wagner, Carbon County, PA; a flowerpot with crimped rim, copper and manganese decoration, and clear lead-glazed surface; and a tapered flowerpot with copper and manganese decoration over cream-colored slip and clear lead-glazed surface. Hanging flowerpot with loss to rim, additional glaze loss to rim, and small base chips. Other Wagner flowerpot with 3" loss to crimping, other chips and wear to rim, and chips and wear to base. Unattributed flowerpot with three thin cracks from rim to shoulder, wear to rim and shoulder, and a few glaze flakes to body. H (of hanging flowerpot) 4 3/8" ; Diam. (of hanging flowerpot) 8 3/8".

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