Three Pieces of Northeastern United States Stoneware

Fall 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 412

Price Realized: $300.00

($250 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Three Pieces of Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware, Northeastern U.S. origin, early 19th century, a two-gallon ovoid jug with impressed floral medallion, Troy, NY or South Amboy, NJ origin; a one-gallon ovoid jar with V-shaped and striped brushwork on opposing sides; and a two-gallon jar with stylized floral motif and spot decoration on opposing sides, NJ origin, probably Bissett family, Old Bridge. Jug with significant restoration. Smaller jar with rim chips, a tight 8" Y-shaped crack to body, a tight 6 1/2" crack from rim, and some in-the-firing flaws to surface. Larger jar with two large chips to one handle, a few rim chips, two small base chips, a 3 1/2" horizontal in-the-firing line at base, and a vertical 4" line near base. H (of tallest) 13 3/4".

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