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Two PA 19th Century Redware Storage Jars. Two Pennsylvania 19th Century Glazed Redware Storage Jars. 4-1/4"h. and 6-1/4"h. ...
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NEW HAMPSHIRE GLAZED REDWARE JAR AND COVER,
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TWO NEW ENGLAND REDWARE JARS. Nineteenth
century. Incised lines and mottled glaze, 6.5"h. And a jar with manganese drips and applied handle. Small rim flakes. 8.5"h. ... [more like this]
AMERICAN GLAZED REDWARE JAR AND COVER, POSSIBLY
SOUTHERN, NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Of cylindrical form, surrounded by three groups of three molded bands beneath an incised band, the cover with waisted knop, covered in dark ... [more like this]
NEW ENGLAND GLAZED REDWARE JAR, PROBABLY
MAINE, MID-NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Of cylindrical form, surrounded by two incised bands beneath the rim, covered in spinach green glaze streaked in darker blue-green. Height ... [more like this]
NEW ENGLAND OR NEW YORK REDWARE JAR, NINETEENTH
Of shouldered cylindrical form, surrounded by molded bands beneath the neck, covered in burnt orange glaze speckled and streaked in dark brown. Height 8 ¾ inches. ... [more like this]
NEW ENGLAND OR NEW YORK REDWARE JAR, NINETEENTH
Of bulbous form, surrounded by a molded band beneath the neck and applied with lug handles, covered in streaky glaze in shades of light to dark brown. Height 8 ¾ ... [more like this]
RARE AND EXCEPTIONAL NEW YORK REDWARE JAR,
NEW BEDFORD, EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.
Of ovoid form, surrounded at the top with an incised band of undulating lines within two bands of parallel lines, covered in burnt orange ... [more like this]
PENNSYLVANIA SLIP-DECORATED REDWARE JAR AND
COVER, NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Of shouldered cylindrical form, surrounded by two zigzag bands enclosing crosses, the cover with rows of dots, all in cream slip on an orange-brown ... [more like this]
MAINE REDWARE JAR AND COVER, POSSIBLY THE
DAY FERRY POTTERY, NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Of ovoid form, surrounded at the top by an incised band of parallel lines, covered in orange-brown glaze spotted in dark brown, the ... [more like this]
TWO GLAZED REDWARE JARS AND COVERS, PENNSYLVANIA
OR NEW ENGLAND, EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Each of bulbous form with applied lug handles, covered with manganese-brown spots on either a brick-red or dark brown ground, one ... [more like this]
AMERICAN REDWARE JAR, POSSIBLY NORTHWESTERN
NEW YORK, NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Of ovoid form with applied lug handles, covered in brick-red glaze streaked and spotted in cream, managanese-brown and dark green. Height 7 ... [more like this]
NEW ENGLAND REDWARE JAR, POSSIBLY NEW HAMPSHIRE
OR VERMONT, EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY.
Of ovoid form, surrounded at the shoulder and lip with incised zigzag borders, covered in yellow-green glaze streaked in manganese-brown ... [more like this]
TWO PIECES OF REDWARE. Nineteenth century.
American jar with mottled red and green glaze similar to Galena ware. 7 1/2''h. plus added lid. And a European pitcher with green glaze 11''h. Both have edge wear. ... [more like this]
PENNSYLVANIA REDWARE JAR. Nineteenth century,
attributed to Hennie. Incised wavy lines and manganese daubs. Flakes. 7"h. ... [more like this]
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Redware Preserves Jar: Redware Preserves
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TWO NEW YORK GLAZED REDWARE CROCKS, A JAR,
AND A JAR AND COVER, NINETEENTH CENTURY.
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EAST GREENWICH, RHODE ISLAND GREEN-GLAZED
REDWARE STORAGE JAR AND COVER, UPTON POTTERY, EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY. , , Of cylindrical form with turned neck, applied lug handles, the cover with banded border and ... [more like this]
THREE PIECES OF AMERICAN REDWARE. Nineteenth
century. Two New England storage jars. Greenish glaze. Glaze flakes. 8"h. And other jar with manganese speckles, 9.75"h. Together with a pitcher with running green glaze, ... [more like this]
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