Rare attrib. Henry Glazier, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania Stoneware Jar w/ Slip-Trailed Manganese Decoration

Spring 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 239

Price Realized: $1,920.00

($1,600 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Rare One-Gallon Stoneware Jar with Slip-Trailed Manganese Decoration, attributed to Henry Glazier, Huntingdon, PA, circa 1831-1854, cylindrical jar with rounded shoulder and squared rim, decorated in reddish-purple manganese slip with a wavy line between pairs of straight lines, reminiscent of motifs from English mochaware. Literature: Illustrated in Shedd, Glazier Stoneware, p. 38 and back cover. Provenance: Estate of author and historian, Nancy Shedd, Petersburg, PA; purchased by Shedd at Kinzle Sales Management Service, American Stoneware II, The Collection of Dean Reynolds, Duncansville, PA, 1976, lot 209; includes label on underside, reading "4D," from Reynolds sale. Warped rim with a 1 3/8" and a 7/8" chip. A 1" piece of adhered in-the-firing clay to shoulder, above a smaller in-the-firing contact mark. Minor in-the-firing surface fissures to underside, not visible on interior. H 10".




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