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(3) Pieces of New York Cobalt Decorated Stoneware,
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(3) Pieces of New York Cobalt Decorated Stoneware, 19th c., the first a cobalt decorated 2 gallon jug stamped 'WEST TROY POTTERY' 15", the second a 2 gallon... [this item is NOT for sale]


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  • (3) Pieces of New York Cobalt Decorated Stoneware,
    19th c., the first a cobalt decorated 2 gallon jug stamped 'WEST TROY POTTERY' 15", the second a 2 gallon jug stamped "REIDINGER CAIRE POUGHKEEPSIE N.Y." with brushed cobalt ... [more like this]
  • (4) Pieces of New York Cobalt Decorated Stoneware,
    19th c., all with salt glaze and having brushed cobalt decoration, includes large crock with indistinct merchant's stamp, (11.25"), hairline and rim chip; jug stamped "SATTERLEE ... [more like this]
  • W. ROBERTS, BINGHAMTON, NEW YORK SALT-GLAZED
    STONEWARE JUG with cobalt design of a bird perched on a branch and stamped "W Roberts Binghamton NY" - h: 12 in. William Roberts (1818-1888) produced stoneware in Binghamton, ... [more like this]
  • C. HART, SHERBURNE, NEW YORK SALT-GLAZED
    STONEWARE TWO GALLON JUG with cobalt flower design and impressed "C. Hart Sherburne 2" at shoulder of jug - h: 14 in. Multiple generations of the Hart family were involved ... [more like this]
  • 2 Stoneware Pottery Jugs, 1 Southern 1st
    item; Strausburg, Virgina stoneware pottery jug marked "Miller & Fleet Strasburg Va." within a rectangle and "3" within a circle, denoting capacity. 16" H. 2nd half 19th Century. ... [more like this]
  • HAXSTUN, OTTMAN & CO., FORT EDWARD, NEW YORK
    SALT-GLAZED STONEWARE TWO GALLON JUG ca. 1867-1872, with cobalt-foliate decoration, stamped "Haxstun, Ottman & Co Fort Edward, NY 2" at shoulder - h: 14.75 in. Fort Edward, ... [more like this]
  • RIEDINGER & CAIRE, POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK
    SALT-GLAZED STONEWARE FOUR GALLON CROCK ca. 1857-1878, with cobalt trailing foliate design, straight sides with two handles, stamped "Riedinger & Caire Pougkeepsie ~ NY 4" ... [more like this]
  • Scraffito- and Cobalt-decorated Stoneware
    Jug: Jug, New York, early 19th century, the tall ovoid jug with applied strap handle, the top decorated with leafy vine decoration and a scraffito "V, " (converted to lamp), ... [more like this]
  • RARE NEW YORK COBALT BLUE-DECORATED SALTGLAZE
    STONEWARE JAR, POSSIBLY THE CROLIUS FAMILY, NEW YORK CITY, CIRCA 1790. Of ovoid form, incised on each side with a finely articulated flower stem, the applied open handles ... [more like this]
  • TWO-GALLON STONEWARE CROCK19th CenturyBy
    New York Stoneware Company Fort Edward New York. Cobalt blue foliate design and applied side handles. Height 9.'' ... [more like this]
  • Five Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Items, America,
    19th century, a two-gallon ovoid jug impressed "I. SEYMOUR/TROY FACTORY" on the shoulder, made by Israel Seymour, Troy, New York, a two-gallon jar with leaf decoration marked ... [more like this]
  • New York six-gallon stoneware crock: New
    York six-gallon stoneware crock, 19th c. , impressed Burger & Co. Rochester N. Y. , with cobalt floral decoration, 14" h. Provenance: The Collection of Daniel Heisler and ... [more like this]
  • New York three-gallon stoneware jug, 19th
    c. : c. , impressed Whites Utica, with cobalt bird decoration, 16" h. Condition Rim chip. ... [more like this]
  • New York six-gallon stoneware crock: New
    York six-gallon stoneware crock, 19th c. , impressed Haxstun, Ottman & Co. Fort Edward N. Y. , with cobalt love bird decoration, 13" h. Condition A few small rim flakes. ... [more like this]
  • New York four-gallon stoneware crock: New
    York four-gallon stoneware crock, 19th c. , impressed J. A. & C. W. Underwood Fort Edward N. Y. , with cobalt bird on branch decoration, 11" h. Condition Good condition. No ... [more like this]
  • Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Jug with Incised
    Leaf Decoration, probably New York City area, early 19th century, two-gallon ovoid form with incised lines around the neck above five incised leaves filled with cobalt blue, ... [more like this]
  • Large Incised and Cobalt-decorated Stoneware
    Jar with Birds and Owl, possibly New York area, early 19th century, large bulbous ovoid form, with lug handles, one side ornamented with a pair of exotic birds perched on ... [more like this]
  • Two Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Crocks, America,
    late 19th century, a two-gallon straight-sided crock with lug handles manufactured by Nathan Clark, Jr., Athens, New York (1843-1892), decorated with freehand painted cobalt ... [more like this]
  • Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Crock, "WHITES'
    BINGHAMTON," New York, late 19th century, two-gallon crock ornamented with a stylized cobalt flower blossom, impressed maker's marks, (minor chip), ht. 9 in. 1/2 in. chip ... [more like this]
  • Cobalt decorated Stoneware Jug, Clarkson
    Crolius, New York, early 19th century, one-gallon ovoid form jug with cobalt scalloped border, impressed maker's mark, (imperfections), ht. 11 3/4 in. Two shallow rim chips, ... [more like this]

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