Exceptional Norwalk, Connecticut Redware Platter w/ Elaborate Three-Color Slip Decoration

Spring 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 9

Price Realized: $18,000.00

($15,000 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Exceptional Oval Redware Loaf Dish with Three-Color Slip Decoration, Norwalk, CT origin, possibly Hoyt Pottery, early 19th century, oval dish with coggled edge, the lead-glazed interior decorated with the intricate bands of copper and manganese stripes overlapped by wavy cream-colored trails, separated by two large, undulating trails of copper slip. Featuring a rare oval form and prolific use of copper slip, this dish ranks among the finest works that we have offered from the venerable Norwalk, CT school of slipware. Provenance: Skinner, Inc. Auction of the Personal Collection of Lewis Scranton, May 21, 2016, Lot 146; Stephen-Douglas Antiques, 1999; Dick Whittington Antiques; An Old Norwalk, CT Family. A 2" flake to edge on right side of dish. Two chips to bottom edge of dish. Small surface flakes to interior. L 14 1/2" ; H 2 1/2".

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