Three Glazed Philadelphia Redware Teapots, circa 1815-1830

Spring 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 328

Price Realized: $510.00

($425 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Three Glazed Redware Teapots, Philadelphia, PA origin, circa 1815-1830, two with recessed moldings, coggled details, and original lids, attributed to Thomas Haig; together with a molded example with gadrooning and original lid, probably David Seixas or Thomas Haig. All with dark-brown, lead-and-manganese-glazed surfaces. Literature: For a Haig teapot closely-related to the smaller two, see Myers, Handcraft to Industry, p. 13. Provenance: The Estate of Susan H. Myers, author of Handcraft to Industry and former Smithsonian Curator of Ceramics and Glass. Smaller Haig teapot with a Y-shaped crack on underside, continuing onto base, as well as a small spout chip. Other Haig teapot with chips to lid and restoration to end of spout. Largest with chips to lid and some wear to recessed rim. H (of smallest, including lid) 4" ; H (of largest, including lid) 7".

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