Five Stoneware Articles, primarily American, 19th century

Fall 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 398

Price Realized: $450.00

($375 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Five Stoneware Articles, primarily American, 19th century, a small-sized, Bristol-slip-glazed pitcher with cobalt swag decoration, Phiadelphia, PA origin, circa 1895; a small-sized, salt-glazed jar, possibly NJ or Manhattan, 18th or early 19th century; a one-gallon cake crock with slip-trailed cobalt foliate motif, stamped "SATTERLEE & MORY / FORT EDWARD, N.Y.," circa 1870; a two-gallon cylindrical crock with brushed floral motif, NY State origin; and a large spouted bowl with cobalt vine decoration, Westerwald, Germany, late 19th century. Pitcher in excellent, essentially as-made condition. Small jar with heavy chipping to base and an in-the-firing ping to interior of rim. Cake crock in excellent condition with an in-the-firing iron ping to rim, a tiny base nick, a tiny nick to handle, and some light staining. Two-gallon crock with fry to cobalt and an iron ping to rim on reverse. German bowl in excellent condition with one rim chip. H (of smallest) 5 1/8" ; Dimensions (of Westerwald bowl) 17 1/4" x 5 7/8".



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