Redware and Stoneware

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Fancy Bright-Yellow-Decorated Redware Jar

Exceptional and rare redware jar, decorated in multiple bright colors on two sides, with design evoking lotus flower theme. Pottery: Nathantiel Seymour, Connecticut, 1763-1849. Professionally restored for rim chips. Excellent condition. Size: 8″ tall, 4 3/4″ diameter.

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Stetzenmeyer Decorated Stoneware Jar

Frederick Stetzenmeyer 4 gallon crock circa 1840, Rochester, NY.  Heavy, thick cobalt used to create Stetzenmeyer's signature classic 3 leaf flower design.  Stetzenmeyer was an early pioneer in successfully applying thick cobalt to stoneware.  On back side of crock is a kiln stack separation mark.  9 1/2" diameter at bottom, 15 1/2" tall.

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Redware Fish Mold

Mottled glazed redware fish form food mold. 11 ¾” long. Attributed to Willoughby, Smith, Womelsdorf, PA.


Redware Turks Head Mold

Fabulous Redware Turks head mold in a gorgeous green glaze with brown manganese decoration 7¾” X 3 ½”.


Norwalk, CT 1820’s Redware Jar

Pair of almost identical, very bulbous, early manganese decorated redware jars. The manganese marks are done by a pottery artist. Series of incised lines circle both jars. The handles and top rims differ slightly. The sizes are almost identical: 9” tall and 8” at widest point. Both attributed to A. Day Pottery. The glaze and colors make an attractive statement in any size room.


“Tree of Life” Decorated Redware Pitcher

Red Ware Pitcher with Classic “Tree of Life” decoration in brown design on a yellow and orange base. C 1840, Hagertown, PA. 7” Tall, Strap handle. Outstanding, unblemished condition. (Description and additional images of distinguished green New Hampshire farm table can be found in “Early Paint” and "Furniture" sections).


Six Matching Redware Decorated Cups

Colors include green, magnesium and ochre applied both boldly and randomly. Mid-nineteenth century and probably New England origin. 3” tall X 3” diameter. Mint condition.


Essex County, MA Redware Pitcher

Distinctive c 1870 redware pitcher from Lawrence Pottery in Beverly, MA. The 5″ earthenware is brushed with white and green slips against a brownish/red ground. Excellent condition. Featured in Lura Watkin’s book, Early New England Potters and Their Wares (exhibit 57) 7.5″H x 5″W


Redware Charger & Miniature Pair

Exuberantly slip decorated with Pine trees, clefs and squiggles; Wonderful glaze & color; coggle rims; 13” and 3” diam. respectively; Great glaze finish; 3” diam.; Mid 19th century PA; Mint condition.


Stoneware Jardiniere

Jardiniere (11.5″ tall, 8″ diameter) decorated with vivid cobalt blue floral design. Outstanding condition. 11.5″H x 8″W