Unusual Redware Bowl w/ Spotted Brown and Cream Slip, possibly North Carolina

July 22, 2017 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 162

Price Realized: $2,714.00

($2,300 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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Unusual Diminutive Glazed Redware Bowl with Two-Color Slip Decoration, possibly North Carolina origin, early to mid 19th century, with rounded sides and semi-rounded rim molding, the interior decorated with bold spattering of manganese and cream-colored slip. Underside incised "II". Excellent decoration and size. A crack from rim, extending across underside. Minor edge wear. A small chip to underside. H 1 1/2" ; Diameter 5".


Unusual Redware Bowl w/ Spotted Brown and Cream Slip, possibly North CarolinaUnusual Redware Bowl w/ Spotted Brown and Cream Slip, possibly North CarolinaUnusual Redware Bowl w/ Spotted Brown and Cream Slip, possibly North CarolinaUnusual Redware Bowl w/ Spotted Brown and Cream Slip, possibly North Carolina

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