Three Pieces of Shenandoah Valley of Virginia Stoneware, third quarter 19th century

Summer 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 388

Price Realized: $510.00

($425 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Three Shenandoah Valley of Virginia Stoneware Jars, third quarter 19th century, a one-gallon ovoid jar, brush-decorated on the front and reverse with an unusual dashed design, Rockingham County, VA origin, circa 1850; together with two cylindrical jars with brushed slip decoration, attributed to George Newman Fulton, Alleghany County, VA, circa 1875. Ovoid jar with very large Y-shaped crack from rim and a small rim chip. Lightly-decorated Fulton jar with a 1" rim chip, two minor rim chips, and some matte streaks of glaze ascending from base. Heavily-decorated Fulton jar with restored top-to-bottom crack from rim on front, in otherwise excellent condition. H (of tallest jars) 10 1/4".



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