Slip-Decorated Redware Dish, possibly North Carolina Origin

March 25, 2017 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 19

Price Realized: $2,360.00

($2,000 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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Slip-Decorated Redware Dish, American, possibly North Carolina origin, early 19th century, with semi-rounded rim, the interior wavy, scalloped, and straight trails of cream and brown slip, the center featuring a four-pointed star with oval designs on the interior, surrounded by foliate motifs. The shallow depth of the dish and geometric slip design elements loosely relate this piece to products of Alamance County, North Carolina, although a clear attribution to any region cannot be determined. Wear to slip. Rim with a small in-the-firing stone ping, a few minor chips, and a small in-the-firing contact mark. H 1 5/8"; Diameter 9 1/2".

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