Lot of Four: Glazed Redware Tables Vessels, Singer Pottery, Haycock Township, PA

March 24, 2018 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 357

Price Realized: $88.50

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

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Four Glazed Redware Table Articles, attributed to the Singer Pottery, Haycock Township, Bucks County, PA, second half 19th century, a miniature lead-glazed pitcher with dipped-manganese decoration; a lead-and-manganese-glazed ovoid jug; a lead-and-manganese glazed ovoid pitcher; and a lead-glazed bowl with tooled shoulder. Provenance: A fresh-to-the-market lot, discovered by a Singer family descendant in the 1950s in one of several boxes stored away in the eaves of the Singer Pottery warehouse. Miniature pitcher with two adjacent, broken and reglued sections to collar, with chipping along crack line. Jug with spider crack to base, continuing a short distance onto underside, some small glaze flakes to spout and handle, and traces of residue to surface from use. Larger pitcher in excellent condition with minor rim wear and light residue to surface from use. Bowl with a 1 1/4" rim chip, some rim wear, and residue to surface from use. H (of miniature pitcher) 3 1/4" ; H (of larger pitcher) 9 1/2".

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