Lot of Three: Stoneware Jars and Jug with Coggled Decoration

Summer 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 405

Price Realized: $390.00

($325 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Three Pieces of Coggle-Decorated Stoneware, Northeastern U.S. origin, 18th and early 19th century, a rare one-gallon ovoid jug with diagonally-coggled band around shoulder, decorated with brushed iron slip at the handle terminals, Manhattan, NY, third quarter 18th century; a three-gallon ovoid jar with applied lug handles and coggled vertical ellipse motif, attributed to Thomas Warne and/or Joshua Letts, South Amboy, NJ, early 19th century; and an ovoid jar with applied lug handles, brown slip interior, unusual whitish slip exterior, and conjoined diamond coggling to collar, NJ origin, early 19th century. Jug in essentially as-made condition with a large area of salt residue on side and an in-the-firing chip to top of spout and top of handle. Unmarked South Amboy jar with a post-firing base chip, a large glazed-over base chip, and a thin in-the-firing surface crack in one handle. Other jar with a large, curving Y-shaped crack from rim, a shorter in-the-firing crack from rim, a tight Y-shaped line below one handle, a short vertical line at base, and minor base chipping. H (of jug) 12".

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