Six American Redware Miniatures, 19th century

Summer 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 265

Price Realized: $1,080.00

($900 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Six Redware Miniatures, American, primarily 19th century, a pitcher with manganese decoration, attributed to Jacob Medinger, Limerick Township, Montgomery Co., PA, early 20th century; a manganese-decorated pitcher, attributed to the Thomas Haig, Jr. Pottery, Philadelphia, PA, mid 19th century; an ovoid jug with spotted glaze, New England origin, early to mid 19th century; two highly-ovoid jugs, American, 19th century; and an unglazed jug with glazed interior, New England origin, circa 1875. Provenance: From a fifty year private collection. Spotted jug with wear to spout, handle, and base. Pitcher with wear to rim, spout, and base. All others in excellent condition. H (of spotted jug) 2 3/8" ; H (of Medinger pitcher) 3 1/8".




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