Lot of Three: Stoneware incl. Midwestern Churn and Two Jugs, One Marked CORTLAND

July 22, 2017 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 584

Price Realized: $472.00

($400 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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Three Pieces of Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware, American, circa 1867-1875, a three-gallon churn with slip-trailed floral decoration, Ohio origin, circa 1875; a one-gallon jug with slip-trailed floral decoration, Northeastern U.S. origin, circa 1875; and a rare two-gallon syrup jug with brushed floral decoration, stamped "CORTLAND", New York State origin, circa 1867-1869. Churn in excellent condition with a small chip to interior of rim and minor wear to inner rim for lid. One-gallon jug in essentially as-made condition with some fry to cobalt, some staining, and an in-the-firing chip to interior of spout. Cortland jug with significant unstable cracks, a section of handle reglued, a spout chip, and minor spout wear.

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