Lot of Two: Glazed New England Redware Pitcher and Jug

July 20, 2019 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 506

Price Realized: $236.00

($200 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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Two Pieces of Glazed Redware, New England origin, early to mid 19th century, an ovoid pitcher with pronounced rim molding, the lead-glazed surface brilliantly-colored with orange-and-red circles over an olive ground; paired with an ovoid jug with footed base and tooled shoulder, the lead-glazed surface featuring light greenish coloration over a mottled orange ground. Pitcher with extensive cracks to underside and base, as well as heavy chipping to rim, two base chips, and wear to edges of handle and front of spout. Jug with glaze flakes to body, base chips, a semi-circular crack to shoulder, a few small glaze flakes to handle, a small chip to spout, and a painted inscription on underside, dated 1920. H (of pitcher) 9" ; H (of jug) 6 1/2".

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