Lot of Six: Redware Banks incl. Glazed Philadelphia and Henry Schofield Examples

October 26, 2019 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 478

Price Realized: $885.00

($750 hammer, plus 18% buyer's premium)

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Lot of Six Redware Banks, American, 19th and 20th centuries, a sponged-manganese-decorated example, Philadelphia, PA origin; an ovoid bank with manganese and cream-colored slip decoration, possibly J. Eberly & Co., Strasburg, VA; a yellow-slip-decorated example, attributed to Henry Schofield, Cecil County, MD, early 20th century; a large beehive-form bank with green and blue decoration; and two unglazed banks. Philadelphia bank with wear to slot and a minor nick to finial. All in otherwise excellent, essentially as-made condition. H (of Philadelphia bank) 4 3/4".


Lot of Six: Redware Banks incl. Glazed Philadelphia and Henry Schofield ExamplesLot of Six: Redware Banks incl. Glazed Philadelphia and Henry Schofield ExamplesLot of Six: Redware Banks incl. Glazed Philadelphia and Henry Schofield ExamplesLot of Six: Redware Banks incl. Glazed Philadelphia and Henry Schofield Examples

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