Lot of Seven: Various Rockingham Ware

Fall 2022 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 539

Price Realized: $330.00

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

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Seven Pieces of Rockingham and Flint Enamel Pottery, Bennington, VT origin, mid 19th century, a flint enamel coachman bottle, stamped "Lyman, Fenton & Co. / Fenton's / ENAMEL / PATENTED / 1849 / BENNINGTON, VT.;" two window tie backs; a tavern scene flask; a Rockingham woman-form bank; a flint enamel spaniel paperweight with Lyman, Fenton & Co. 1849 mark; and a two-piece flint enamel inkwell. Provenance: Flask ex-Blaske collection. Spaniel paperweight with reglued upper body on spaniel. Coachman bottle with base chips and missing feet, all colored. One tieback with a minor chip and contact mark. Other tieback in excellent condition. Bank in excellent condition. Flask in excellent condition. Inkwell with staining and wear to removeable top. H (of coachman bottle) 10 1/2".

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