Rare Shenandoah Valley Multi-Glazed Redware Cream Pitcher

July 21, 2018 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 94

Price Realized: $472.00

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

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July 21, 2018 Auction Catalog

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Rare Shenandoah Valley Multi-Glazed Redware Cream Pitcher, attributed to S. Bell & Sons or J. Eberly & Co., Strasburg, VA, circa 1890, small, squat-shaped pitcher with wide, footed base and flared collar, the surface dipped in cream-colored slip, decorated with splashed copper and manganese, and covered in a clear lead glaze. Highly unusual form. Glaze flakes to surface. Shallow rim chips. A small in-the-firing contact mark to handle. H 4 3/4".


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