Seven Pieces of White's Utica Pottery, late 19th century

Fall 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 344

Price Realized: $540.00

($450 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Seven Pieces of White's Utica Stoneware, Utica, NY origin, late 19th century, a lidded mug, inscribed "COMPLIMENTS/ OF / HARRY P. CROUSE / UTICA, N.Y.;" a vase with impressed butterfly and fern decoration; a crock, marked "H.J. HEINZ CO. / KEYSTONE / PICKLING & PRESERVING WORKS / TRADE MARK / PITTSBURGH, U.S.A.; a mug with impressed decoration of a man with pipe, raising a glass; a mug with impressed decoration of a hatted man flanked by floral motifs; a lidded mug with impressed decoration of an obese man with beer mug, flanked by standing nude women; a mug impressed "Trink / Wasklar Ist," flanked by a dog and Asian man with moustache. Hatted man mug with restoration around top. Vase with a short hairline from rim. Mug featuring man with pipe and mug includes a few lines to top edge and shoulder. Some with light staining. All in otherwise excellent condition. H (of tallest) 6 3/4".




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