Lot of Three: Pennsylvania Stoneware Butter Crocks

March 24, 2018 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 406

Price Realized: $295.00

($250 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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Three Pennsylvania Stoneware Butter Crocks, 19th century, a half-gallon example with flowering vine design, attributed to D.P. Shenfelder, Reading, PA, circa 1875; a one-gallon example with cobalt floral decoration over a Bristol-type slip, attributed to Thomas Haig, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1875; and an undecorated example, stamped "A.C.G. DIPPLE / LEWISTOWN, PA". Attributed Shenfelder butter crock with lines to body, rim area, and underside. Attributed Haig example with a flake to underside at edge, a small in-the-firing ping to base, and minor rim wear. Dipple example with a small base chip and an in-the-firing iron ping to rim.

Lot of Three: Pennsylvania Stoneware Butter CrocksLot of Three: Pennsylvania Stoneware Butter Crocks

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