Three Pieces of Glazed Redware, Pennsylvania origin, 19th century, a sugar bowl with twisted handles with streaked manganese decoration; a trivet with molded and applied feet, the top surface with coggled and sponged manganese decoration; and a bowl with sponged manganese decoration. Sugar bowl missing lid, with one reglued handle, wear to rim, and two large, probably in-the-firing, flakes to underside. Trivet with the date "1726" carved at a later date into the underside, as well as some typical edge and surface wear. Bowl with wear to rim and knife marks to interior. Diameter (of trivet) 7 1/2".