Rare North Carolina Stoneware Rundlet, Craven Family, Randolph County, NC, circa 1845-75

Spring 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 213

Price Realized: $900.00

($750 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Rare Salt-Glazed Stoneware Rundlet, attributed to the Craven Family, Randolph County, NC, circa 1845-1875, keg-shaped form with applied spout and pierced clay tabs to attach a leather strap, the body with large, crossing sinewave decoration flanked by straight incised lines. This example was possibly made for use by a soldier as related examples are known with provenances tied to members of the North Carolina militias. Excellent condition, retaining both original tabs, with small chips to base of spout, a small in-the-firing base chip, and small post-firing base chip. L 8".

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