Four Glazed Northeastern U.S. Redware Jugs

Spring 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 390

Price Realized: $180.00

($150 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Four Glazed Redware Jugs, Northeastern U.S. origin, second or third quarter 19th century, a large-sized ovoid jug with whitish, lead-base glaze over a light clay ground, probably NY State origin; an ovoid jug with green-and-orange lead-glazed surface, probably NY State origin; a semi-ovoid jug with lead-and-manganese glaze, possibly NY State; and a small, ovoid jug with a mottled orange lead-glazed surface. Smallest with drilled hole in underside, base chips, a spout chip and a few minor spout nicks, wear to midsection, the handle with a chip, a nick, and a 3/4" worn section. Brown-glazed jug with a spout chip, a few very minor spout nicks, and small base chips. Green-and-orange jug with heavy chipping to base and a long circular crack around underside, indicating the base is possibly reglued, as well as a small spout chip and light wear around the midsection. Largest with some small surface flakes and a 1 1/4" crack to reverse of spout, some in-the-firing contact marks to surface, and minor in-the-firing surface fissures at base. H (of smallest) 7 1/2".




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