Lot of Three: Mid-Atlantic Stoneware and Redware

Fall 2020 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 391A

Price Realized: $240.00

($200 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Fall 2020 Auction Catalog

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Three Pieces of Utilitarian Pottery, Mid-Atlantic origin, third quarter 19th century, a spittoon with cobalt foliate decoration, Baltimore, MD or Southeastern PA origin; a one-gallon milkpan with cobalt foliate decoration, attributed to R.J. Grier, Chester County, PA; and a small swirl-patterned redware food mold with spattered manganese decoration under a clear lead glaze, probably Chester County, PA. Mold in excellent condition with a minor rim chip and minor rim wear. Milkpan with two cracks extending from rim to bottom edge and a 1 1/4" rim chip on reverse. Spittoon with 1 1/2" base chip, two small base chips, a long shallow flake to opening at shoulder, and a small chip to opening at shoulder. H (of spittoon) 3" ; Diam. (of spittoon) 6 7/8"; H (of mold) 2 3/8" ; Diam. (of mold) 4 3/8".




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