Six Molded American Pottery Articles, 19th century

Fall 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 429

Price Realized: $270.00

($225 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Six Molded Pottery Articles, American, 19th century, a stoneware pitcher with relief classical scenes and Albany slip glaze, stamped "LYONS," attributed to Thompson Harrington, Lyons, NY, circa 1860; a Rockingham-glazed paneled pitcher with relief floral motif, stamped "NORTON & FENTON / East Bennington, Vt.," circa 1843-1847; a Rockingham-glazed pitcher with maker's mark on underside, probably East Liverpool, OH, circa 1845; two flint enamel pitchers, both stamped "Lyman Fenton & Co. / Fenton's / ENAMEL, / PATENTED / 1849. / BENNINGTON, VT," circa 1849-1858; and a lidded Rockingham-glazed teapot with Chinoiserie scene, with impressed plaque on underside, reading "PATd / MAY 26 / 1874," attributed to the Phoenixville Pottery, Phoenixville, PA, circa 1874. Lyons pitcher in excellent condition with minor rim wear. Norton & Fenton pitcher with cracked and reglued base, a small chip to top of handle, and some bubbling to glaze on handle. One flint enamel pitcher with long cracks and surface wear to midsection. Other flint enamel pitcher with large area of restoration to rim/shoulder area on reverse, restoration to spout, and a thin unrestored crack in underside. Marked, possibly Ohio, pitcher in excellent condition. Teapot with illegible pat date on underside, a restored chip to lid, restoration to two prongs on top of pot, some restoration to rim, and a rim chip. H (of tallest) 8 3/4".



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