Lot of Six: Glazed American Redware, primarily Pennsylvania origin

Spring 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 534

Price Realized: $330.00

($275 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Spring 2022 Auction Catalog

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Six Glazed Redware Articles, primarily PA origin, 19th century, a lead-and-manganese-glazed spittoon with impressed floral and sawtoothed decoration, probably PA origin; a molded bowl with lead-and-manganese glaze, probably Gast family, Lancaster, PA; a lead-and-manganese-glazed molded pitcher with relief profile, probably PA origin; an ovoid jar with dark lead-and-manganese glaze; a yellow-slip-decorated plate, Philadelphia, PA origin; and a cylindrical jar with coggled motifs, decorated in splashed manganese and brushed yellow slip under a clear lead glaze, incised "14" on underside, probably PA origin. Spittoon with a chip and wear to rim. Bowl with 3" reglued section at rim, flakes to interior, and wear to rim. Pitcher with a small filled and colored spout chip, some colored wear to rim, and minor, untouched surface wear. Smaller jar with heavy wear. Plate with several small rim chips and a 5" crack from edge. Large jar with wear to rim and lighter wear to midsection. H (of tallest) 12" ; Diam. (of plate) 9 3/4".

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