Glazed PA Redware Dish with Three-Color Slip Decoration, probably Berks County

Summer 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 152

Price Realized: $1,320.00

($1,100 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Glazed Redware Dish with Three-Color Slip Decoration, probably Berks County, PA origin, circa 1850-1880, with coggled edge, the lead-glazed interior decorated in yellow, copper and manganese slip with slip-trailed fern-like devices surrounding a central flower. Incised X on reverse. The decoration is closely related to designs by the Bells and Eberly of Strasburg, Virginia. Provenance: From a recently-surfaced CA collection. A museum accession number from 1937 is written in red paint on the underside. Interior with a 2 1/4" flake, a few minor surface flakes, and light wear. Rim chips. Residue from use on reverse. Diam. 8 3/8".




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