Lot of Four: Glazed Redware incl. Two Jars, Cake Mould, and Stove Lift

July 22, 2017 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 600

Price Realized: $88.50

($75 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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Four Pieces of Glazed Redware, American, 19th century, an ovoid jar with heavy tooling and daubed manganese decoration, Norwalk, CT origin; a lidded cylindrical jar with daubed manganese decoration, New England origin, possibly Hartford, CT area; a redware mold with sponged manganese decoration, attributed to Thomas Haig, Jr., attributed to the Haig Pottery, Philadelphia, PA; and a lead-and-manganese-glazed redware lift. Provenance: The Stradlings. Norwalk jar with heavy chipping to rim and wear to handle. Lidded jar with significant glaze loss to shoulder and rim area, as well as chips to lid. Mold with chips and wear to rim as well as wear to central tube. Lift with two base chips and some surface wear. H (of Norwalk jar) 9 1/2".

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