Quart-Sized Stoneware Jug, attributed to Edward Webster, Fayetteville, NC, circa 1820

Spring 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 163

Price Realized: $210.00

($175 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Quart-Sized Stoneware Jug, attributed to Chester Webster at the Edward Webster Pottery, Fayetteville, NC, circa 1820, ovoid jug with tooled spout, the surface lacking a salt glaze, but including Albany slip dripping from the mouth. Provenance: Excavated at the waster pit of Edward Webster's kiln site, Fayetteville, NC. The style of the jug indicates it was likely made by Edward's brother, Chester, known for producing a number of elaborately-incised pieces later in the century. A flake to underside of handle. Otherwise excellent condition. A 1 1/8" base flake. Light surface wear. H 9 1/2".

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