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Four Cobalt-Decorated A.P. Donaghho, / Parkersburg, WV
Four Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Canning Jars, Stenciled "A.P. Donaghho, / Parkersburg, WV", circa 1880, two of squat "top hat" form, paired with two others, stenciled with various A.P. Donaghho maker's marks. Shortest with heavily-painted crack from shoulder to underside, a crack with shallow chipping to exterior of rim, and small chips and wear to interior of rim and inner canning jar rim. Second shortest with chips to interior of rim and inner canning jar rim, as well as a small glazed-over chip to exterior of rim. Third shortest jar with significant painted restoration. Tallest with Albany slip residue to rim and small chips to rim area, some of which occurred in the firing. H (of shortest) 5 3/8". Crocker Farm
Small-Sized Yellowware Bowl with Cobalt Seaweed
Small-Sized Yellowware Bowl with Cobalt Seaweed Decoration, English, second half 19th century, footed bowl with cobalt seaweed decoration applied over a white band at shoulder. 2" faint X-shaped line on exterior, barely visible on interior. Some minor wear to interior. A very minor nick to inner edge of foot, possibly in-the-firing. H 3 1/2" ; Diameter 6 1/4". Crocker Farm
Lot of Six: Redware Bowls, Singer Pottery, Haycock
Six Redware Bowls, attributed to the Singer Pottery, Haycock Township, Bucks County, PA, fourth quarter 19th century, all of tapered form with tooled shoulder, rounded rims, and lead-glazed interiors. Provenance: A fresh-to-the-market lot, discovered by a Singer family descendant in the 1950s in one of several boxes stored away in the eaves of the Singer Pottery warehouse. One with rim chips and exfoliation to interior. All in otherwise good to excellent condition with some residue from use. H (of largest) 7" ; Diameter (of largest) 15". Crocker Farm
C. CROLIUS / NEW-YORK Ovoid Stoneware Jug with Unusual
Ovoid Stoneware Jug with Unusual Slip Decoration, Stamped "C. CROLIUS / NEW-YORK," Manhattan origin, circa 1820, approximately two or three gallon jug with ribbed handle and heavy tooling to spout and shoulder, the front decorated with a brushed purplish slip circle around the impressed maker's mark. This decoration, presumably a mixture of cobalt and manganese, is additionally applied more sparsely at the upper and lower handle terminals. Excellent form and good color. 1/4" hole in jug to right of decoration on front. Minor chip to underside at edge. Crocker Farm
Lot of Two: 1/2 Gal. Stoneware Jars with Hanging Floral
Two Half-Gallon Stoneware Jars with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Pennsylvania origin, circa 1850-1880, an ovoid handled jar with tooled shoulder and squared rim, decorated with a brushed swag and hanging flower design on the front and reverse, Southeastern PA origin; paired with a cylindrical jar with swag and hanging flower design, attributed to the Remmey Pottery, Philadelphia, PA. Ovoid jar with tight spidering hairline to underside, a 2 1/2" inverted Y-shaped hairline from rim, and a small rim chip. Cylindrical jar with thin, tight cracks to base and underside. ($150-$250) Crocker Farm
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