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Three 19th C. American pudding molds: redware bundt form mold, pumpkin glaze interior and green glaze exterior, applied pretzel form handle, hairline,... [this item is NOT for sale]
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THREE REDWARE JARS. By Greg Shooner. Redware
jar with two handles. Signed and dated by Greg Shooner 1993 - American Redware Oregonia O. 9'' h. ''Liberty'' redware jar with incised decoration. Signed and dated by Greg ... [more like this]
AMERICAN GLAZED REDWARE JUG, POSSIBLY SOUTHERN,
EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Of ovoid form, the molded handle with thumbprint terminal, surrounded by an incised band, covered in dark brown/ black manganese glaze. Height 8 ... [more like this]
RARE AMERICAN GLAZED REDWARE SHAVING MUG,
NEW ENGLAND, CIRCA 1839-85.
Of cylindrical form with molded rims and applied ridged handle, in orange glaze with yellow halos. Height 3 ¾ inches. Literature: For a discussion ... [more like this]
Grouping of American Redware glazed pottery
. 9 1/2"h -5"h ... [more like this]
Grouping of American Redware glazed pottery
. 5" - 8 1/2"h ... [more like this]
American redware ring flask: American redware
ring flask, 19th c. , with manganese splotch decoration, 8 1/4" h. Provenance: A Ohio collection. Condition Good condition with some glaze loss to spout. ... [more like this]
Five pieces of American redware, 19th c.
: , tallest - 7 1/2". Condition Expected wear. Pitcher with hairline. ... [more like this]
Four American redware vessels, 19th c. :
Four American redware vessels, 19th c. , to include a pitcher, jar, crock, and small crock, tallest - 8 1/2". Condition Pitcher - some glaze wear. Crock - base rim chips and ... [more like this]
American redware jug, crock, and pitcher:
American redware jug, crock, and pitcher, tallest - 9 1/2". Condition General wear to glaze and rim chips. ... [more like this]
Greg Shooner redware charger with decoration
of yellow wavy lines. Signed Greg Shooner 1996 and stamped Shooner American Redware Oregonia O. and May Spellmire-Shooner. Glaze flakes to surface of charger. 12 1/4" in diameter. ... [more like this]
TWO NEW ENGLAND GLAZED REDWARE MUGS AND A
TEACUP, NINETEENTH CENTURY.
The first probably Bristol County, Massachusetts, circa 1790-1830, banded at each end and covered in red-brown glaze heightened about the rim ... [more like this]
NEW ENGLAND, PENNSYLVANIA OR NEW YORK SLIP-DECORATED
REDWARE OVAL DISH, CIRCA 1820-50.
Marbled and combed in shades of brown, green and cream on a red-brown ground, within a coggled rim edge. Length 14 ¼ inches.
Literature: ... [more like this]
REDWARE CHARGER. Attributed to the Smith
Pottery, Norwalk, Connecticut, 2nd quarter-19th century. Yellow slip design "William & Mary," possibly decorated by Henry Chinchester. Coggled rim. Edge chips. 12"d. Ex Bill ... [more like this]
AMERICAN REDWARE Fine early manganese decorated
redware jar dated April 12, 1810, with the name Kitty Rhode on reverse. Glaze deterioration at rim. 10" x 7 1/2" dia. ... [more like this]
Four American redware mugs, early 19th c.,
2 1/4" h. - 6 1/2" h., together with a small redware bowl, 3 1/4" dia. ... [more like this]
NEW HAMPSHIRE GLAZED REDWARE JAR AND COVER,
ATTRIBUTED TO PETER CLARK, CONCORD, EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY. , , Of ovoid form with everted neck, the shoulder surrounded by an incised wavy band within two rows of straight ... [more like this]
BRISTOL COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS GREEN-GLAZED
REDWARE MINIATURE JUG, 1790-1830. , , Of squat ovoid form, the applied ribbed handle with pointed terminal, covered in dark streaked green glaze with areas of lighter speckling ... [more like this]
GLAZED REDWARE JAR AND COVER, PROBABLY CONNECTICUT,
CIRCA 1830-60. , Covered in brick-red glaze daubed with manganese brown patches. Height 11 inches. @Literature: For a discussion regarding this form and an illustration, ... [more like this]
* An American Redware Chamberstick likely
Ann T. Vickers Pennsylvania having a ringed columnar candle holder set in a shallow bowl with a loop handle bearing impressed block V to base together with a redware bowl ... [more like this]
AMERICAN REDWARE BOWLS
Two: Each with slip
decoration and one with mottled mustard glaze, 19th c.
Provenance: The Collection of Allen Hendershott Eaton, Dean of American Crafts ... [more like this]
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