American Pottery


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Rare redware cup plate with slip decoration and provenance on reverse side. 5″ in diameter. Old darkened rim chip  (see second photo). In our personal collection for many years. (BZ-24)

$395


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One gallon stoneware jug by Whites of Utica with uncommon bold cobalt slip heart or heart shaped leaf. There are two small shallow chips in the handle, spout area which don’t detract from its appearance. No cracks or hairlines. Has Whites mark. (BY-16)

$295


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Uncommon redware rundlet or “swiggler” with incised turnings, dated “1835″ on one end. Manganese glaze. Probably Pennsylvania origin. Used to store whiskey or other liquids. Glaze flakes and rim chips as shown. 7″ tall. (BU-39)

SOLD


 

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Redware double jar. Probably Pa. origin c. 1850. Possibly “end of day” piece. Jars 3 3/4″ high. 6  3/4″ to top of handle. Jars never had lids. See “The Concise Encyclopedia of Antiques” by Comstock for similar example. Very unusual.

$465


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    Port Leyden, NY 13433

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