Weekly Auctions of Exceptional Items
Sparks, MD, United States
DoneSat, Oct 22, 2016 2:00 PM GMT
Oct. 22 American Stoneware & Redware Pottery
Our Fall 2016 Auction of American Stoneware & Redware features over 550 lots of quality antique pottery, including many museum quality examples. Some highlights from this sale include: An Important Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Leaping Frog Decoration, Inscribed "Frank Prouty", Stamped "NEW YORK / STONEWARE CO. / FORT EDWARD, N.Y.", circa 1875. A Recently-Discovered Stoneware Temperance Jug with Elaborate Applied Figural Decoration, attributed to Jacob Bachley, Tekarkana, AR, circa 1880. A Previously-Undocumented Double-Handled Stoneware Jug with Alkaline Glaze, Inscribed "Dave", Edgefield District, SC origin, circa 1825-1835. An Exceptional Two-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Rooster Decoration, Stamped "GEDDES, N.Y.", third quarter 19th century. A Six-Gallon Stoneware Churn with Cobalt Seated Lion Decoration, Stamped "J. BURGER, JR. / ROCHESTER, N.Y.", circa 1885. An Outstanding Half-Gallon Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Cat Face Decoration, attributed to Madison Woodruff, Cortland, NY, circa 1867-1869. A Previously-Undocumented Alkaline-Glazed Stoneware Face Jug, Edgefield District, SC origin, circa 1870. An Extremely Rare Stoneware Pitcher with Cobalt People Decoration, Morgantown, WV origin, circa 1860. A Five-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Folky Cobalt Decoration of a Man Chased by a Dog, Ohio origin, circa 1860. A Very Rare Stoneware Pitcher with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Stamped "ROCKBRIDGE", Rockbridge County, VA origin, circa 1845. A Possibly Unique Two-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Decoration of Horse with Rider, Stamped "M. TYLER. MANUFACTURER / WASHINGTON ST. ALBANY", New York State origin, circa 1835. An Early Glazed Redware Tea Canister, Inscribed "Mistress Harmitage / her Cannister / Made By Philip / Anthony 1795", Kentucky origin. A Striking Celadon-Glazed Stoneware Jug with Elaborate Cobalt Floral Decoration, Stamped "JOHN BELL / WAYNESBORO'" and Signed "C.F. Bell", circa 1860.