Four Glazed Mid-Atlantic Redware Articles, 19th century

Spring 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 404

Price Realized: $450.00

($375 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Four Glazed Redware Articles, Mid-Atlantic origin, 19th century, an unusually-shaped, ovoid pitcher with tooled banding, the surface dipped in beige slip, decorated with olive-brown and reddish-brown slip, and covered in a clear lead glaze, probably Hagerstown, MD origin, circa 1830; a cream pitcher with ribbed handle featuring a triangular terminal, the surface decorated with cream-colored and manganese slip under a clear lead glaze, attributed to Anthony Bacher, possibly Adam Kern, Winchester, VA, circa 1881-1883; a lead-glazed flowerpot with spattered manganese decoration, incised "8" on underside, probably Chester County, PA, second half 19th century; and a lead-and-manganese-glazed flowerpot saucer with crimped rim. Taller pitcher with 2 1/2" reglued handle section of handle, glaze flakes, and a rim and spout chip. Cream pitcher with long, curving crack from rim, a filled 1 5/8" section to rim, a filled 1" section to spout, and small unrestored rim chips. Flowerpot in very nice condition with two faint hairlines to rim area, a minor in-the-firing rim chip, and minor surface wear. Saucer with wear to crimping. H (of taller pitcher) 9".

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