Redware and Stoneware

Yellow Decorated Redware Cup

4" tall red ware cup.  Yellow-hued base boldly decorated with vertical markings in green and brown.

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Small Decorated Red Ware Lidded Bowl

Red Ware sugar bowl with top.  4" wide, 3 5/8" tall.  Made by Schofield Pottery, Chester County, PA.  Excellent condition, artistic magnesium decoration.

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Exceptional Eagle Redware Butter Stamp

Eagle red ware buter stamp - 3 1/2" diameter, pronounced handle, beautiful artistry noncolor highlights of the eagle.  Twentieth century reproduction.

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Redware Fruit-Shaped Banks

Rare red ware bank in the form of a long, yellow banana - 10 1/2" long.

Redware banks in the forms of an orange and a plum are also available.

All in perfect shape no chips or wear.

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19th Century Redware Still Bank

Stately, goblet shaped redware still bank* with turkey finial.  Three incised fine rings on body, in addition to the three-ringed design of the "stem".  Finished to resemble pewter.   Absolutely perfect with no flaking, chips or signs of wear.

*A still bank refers to any type of receptacle designed to receive and store coins. The most famous type of still bank is the piggy bank, which gets it name from an orange-colored clay called pygg. One of the most common types of still banks in early-19th-century America was made out of redware.

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Circa 1830 Lidded Red Ware Sugar Bowl

Several significant characteristics bear out the age of this very early lidded red ware sugar bowl, including a sumptuousness of surface and patina that can only come with age.  The design, heft and complexity of coloring also convey its early 19th century fabrication.  Exceptional and perfect in every way.

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Red Ware Bank

Handsome ovoid red ware bank with manganese decoration and finial top form.

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Signed 19th Century PA Redware Peafowl

Exceedingly uncommon paint decorated redware peafowl figurine.  Brush painted in cobalt blue, green, black and red, the peafowl is seated on an incised, brown and black painted stump/pedestal.  Signed on bottom "Made Buy [sic] T. [or J.] Stump, Berks Co."  

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19th Century Signed Ovoid Jugs

4 gallon ovoid jug stamped Goodwin & Webster (Hartford, CT).  Decorated with blue bands on handle.  Circa 1820. 

2 gallon ovoid jug stamped E.L. & G. W. Farrar (Burlington, VT).  Circa 1830.

Both in perfect condition.

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Charming PA Redware Chocolate Pot

Pennsylvania, circa 1840.  Decorated with vertical drippings of manganese.  Perfect condition.  6" tall, 3 1/2" diameter at bottom, 2" handle. 

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New England Redware Syrup Jug

Highly decorated with an abundance of dripping magnesium.  The redraw form is classical jug design for American rural life.  Circa 1850.  New England.  Condition is very fine.


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Beautiful Redware Jar

Pennsylvania, circa 1840.  A jar of remarkable, subtle beauty, it presents surface tones both rich and delicate: an attractive three toned coloration, created in the hot kiln with natural oxides.  The jar's hues are  intertwined abstract waves and ripples of green, tan and salmon, including several random small, circular bursts of salmon.  Condition is excellent.   8" tall, 19" diameter

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