Five American Salt-Glazed Stoneware Articles, 19th century

Fall 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 427

Price Realized: $780.00

($650 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Fall 2021 Auction Catalog

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Five Stoneware Articles, American, 19th century, a rare chamberpot with cobalt-script initials, Northeastern U.S. origin, circa 1830; a canning jar, stamped "WM. HARE / WILMINGTON DEL," circa 1870; a small-sized jug with Albany slip glaze, stamped "KNOWLES & STATES / N. London," CT origin, early 19th century; a rare chicken waterer, stamped "F.T. WRIGHT & SON / STONE WARE / TAUNTON, MASS.," fourth quarter 19th century; and a two-gallon jug, repurposed as a lamp, stamped "NORTON & FENTON / BENNINGTON VT," circa 1845. Chamberpot with short cracks from rim along with rim and base chips. Hare jar with a 7/8" rim chip and small rim chip on reverse. New London jug with base chips, minor spout chips, and a tiny in-the-firing chip to handle. Chicken water with chips and large networks of tight cracks. Bennington jug presumably with hole for lamp repurposing on underside and some minor staining. H (of chicken waterer) 9 1/4".

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