Exceptional Small-Sized Pennsylvania Redware Dish w/ Profuse Two-Color Slip Decoration, probably Berks County

Fall 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 186

Price Realized: $20,400.00

($17,000 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Exceptional Small-Sized Redware Dish with Profuse Two-Color Slip Decoration, PA origin, probably Berks County, 19th century, with tapered walls, footed base, and semi-rounded rim, decorated with eleven alternating wavy stripes of manganese and cream-colored slip under a clear lead glaze. Among the most heavily-decorated redware dishes that we have offered. Provenance: Collection of Lewis Fenley "Dusty" Parker. Two minor surface flakes and light surface wear to interior. A 1 1/2" faint hairline from rim. Minor rim wear. Diam. 4 5/8" ; H 1 3/8".

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