Antique Redware Spaniel, probably Galena, Illinois origin

Summer 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 122

Price Realized: $2,400.00

($2,000 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Glazed Redware Figure of a Spaniel, probably Galena, IL, mid to late 19th century, molded figure of a seated spaniel with small incised details to face and locket, the surface covered in a high-gloss, speckled lead and manganese glaze. This glaze is closely-related to that seen on other attributed Galena pieces, included a jar and jug, lots 50 and 51 in Crocker Farm's November 3, 2018 auction, which were consigned from a long-term Galena redware collection. Provenance: Inherited by the consignor from her paternal grandparents, who lived in Galena beside a school on a hill, nicknamed "the White House." Flakes throughout. Base chips. A surface crack to one ear. H 5 1/8".

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