Lot of Three: Signed Northeastern U.S. Stoneware Vessels

July 22, 2017 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 613

Price Realized: $206.50

($175 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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Three Pieces of Northeastern U.S. Stoneware, 19th century, a small, salt-glazed snuff jar, stamped "EDMANDS & CO.", Charlestown, MA origin, circa 1860; a one-gallon Albany-slip-glazed pitcher, stamped "M.C. WEBSTER & SON / HARTFORD", CT origin, circa 1840-1857; a rare one-and-a-half-gallon Bristol-slip-glazed jar, stamped "F. SCHAEFER / POTTERY / 85-89 CLAY St GREENPOINT", Brooklyn, NY, origin, circa 1882-1913. Jar includes a two-gallon Bristol-slip-glazed churn lid. Provenance: The Stradlings. Edmands jar in excellent, essentially as-made condition. Webster pitcher with a stone ping below spout and minor, in-the-firing contact mark to spout. Schaefer jar with rim chips, some surface lines, minor nicks to one handle, and a chip to underside at edge. Lid in excellent condition with a small, glazed-over rim chip.

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