Two Stoneware Pitchers, Northeastern U.S. origin

Fall 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 411

Price Realized: $240.00

($200 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Two Stoneware Pitchers, Northeastern U.S., 19th century, both of ovoid form, one with an incised and cobalt-highlighted flowering plant design, Northeastern U.S. origin, second half 19th century; the other with Albany slip glaze, stamped "J. MORTON," Justus Morton, Penn Yan, NY, mid 19th century. Incised pitcher with restored handle, a small in-the-firing chip to exterior, a 7/8" chip to interior of rim, and a tiny in-the-firing chip to top of spout. Morton pitcher in very nice condition with a tiny nick to spout, a tiny rim chip, a small rim chip, and a minor crack and chip to top of rim. H (of taller) 9 3/4".




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