Lot of Two: Stoneware Pitcher and att. Bissett, Old Bridge, NJ Jug

March 23, 2019 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 306

Price Realized: $324.50

($275 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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March 23, 2019 Auction Catalog

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Two Pieces of Northeastern U.S. Stoneware, first quarter 19th century, a two-gallon pitcher with daubed cobalt decoration on front and cobalt decoration to center of handle and handle terminals, Northeastern U.S. origin; paired with a one-gallon jug with cobalt floral decoration and cobalt-highlighted handle terminals, attributed to the Bissett Family, Old Bridge, NJ. Pitcher with faint lines to base, an in-the-firing contact mark to front, an in-the-firing separation to interior of collar, and faint lines to base. Jug with a flake to spout, some staining, and a minor glazed-over base chip.


Lot of Two: Stoneware Pitcher and att. Bissett, Old Bridge, NJ JugLot of Two: Stoneware Pitcher and att. Bissett, Old Bridge, NJ Jug

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