Lot of Three: Northeastern Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware

Spring 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 426

Price Realized: $90.00

($75 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

PLEASE NOTE:  This result is 3 years old, and the American ceramics market frequently changes. Additionally, small nuances of color, condition, shape, etc. can mean huge differences in price. If you're interested in having us sell a similar item for you, please contact us here.

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Three Pieces of Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware, Northeastern U.S. origin, 19th century, a molded pitcher with American Revolution theme, depicting Benjamin Franklin and a colonial military band, attributed to the White's Pottery, Utica, NY; a half-gallon jug, stamped "A,J, BUTTLER, /MANUFACTERUR / NEW-BRUNSWICK, N.J.;" and a one-gallon ovoid jug, stamped "N. CLARK, JR. ATHENS," NY State origin. White's Pottery pitcher with two spout chips and a chip to Franklin's nose. Buttler jug with all-over staining and a large Y-shaped crack and iron ping to one side. Clark jug with a small spout chip, spout wear, two tiny in-the-firing chips to top of spout, and a few small iron pings to surface. H (of tallest) 11 7/8".

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