Rare Molded Philadelphia Redware Pitcher, attributed to Thomas Haig or David Seixas, circa 1815-1830

Spring 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 326

Price Realized: $660.00

($550 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Rare Molded Redware Pitcher, attributed to Thomas Haig or David Seixas, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1815-1830, ovoid pitcher with relief diamond pattern, pronounced spout, and spurred handle, the surface covered in a dark-brown lead and manganese glaze. Literature: For a related pitcher by Seixas, which includes the relief bust of his father, see Myers, Handcraft to Industry, p. 10. Provenance: The Estate of Susan H. Myers, author of Handcraft to Industry and former Smithsonian Curator of Ceramics and Glass. Excellent condition with minor rim wear, a tiny nick to spout, and a 1 3/4" vertical line where spout meets rim. H 7".

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