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Realized Price: $ 4266    Pennsylvania redware plate, attributed to Joseph S. Henne, 19th c., having green and yellow slip decorations, 6 3/4" dia.

Realized Price: $ 4266 Pennsylvania redware plate, attributed to Joseph S. Henne, 19th c., having green and yellow slip decorations, 6 3/4" dia.

Realized Price: $ 33,180   Berks County, Pennsylvania redware pie plate, 19th c., with yellow and green tulip flanked by dotted squiggle lines, 7 3/4" dia.  The Collection of  Richard Flanders Smith

Realized Price: $ 33,180 Berks County, Pennsylvania redware pie plate, 19th c., with yellow and green tulip flanked by dotted squiggle lines, 7 3/4" dia. The Collection of Richard Flanders Smith

REDWARE CHARGER, Haycock Township, Pennsylvania sgraffito decorated redware charger dated 1810, attributed to Conrad Mumbouer, with tulips and leaves emanating from an urn, all on a yellow glaze background with green splotches, 12"

REDWARE CHARGER, Haycock Township, Pennsylvania sgraffito decorated redware charger dated 1810, attributed to Conrad Mumbouer, with tulips and leaves emanating from an urn, all on a yellow glaze background with green splotches, 12"

Sold   for   37,920.00  Pennsylvania redware pie plate dated 1850, above a green and yellow bird and floral sprig, 6 1/2 dia.

Sold for 37,920.00 Pennsylvania redware pie plate dated 1850, above a green and yellow bird and floral sprig, 6 1/2 dia.

Realized Price: $ 8,888   Bucks County, Pennsylvania redware plate, attributed to the Diehl Pottery, 19th c., with yellow and green slip tulip decoration, 8 1/2" dia. The Collection of Lester Breininger

Realized Price: $ 8,888 Bucks County, Pennsylvania redware plate, attributed to the Diehl Pottery, 19th c., with yellow and green slip tulip decoration, 8 1/2" dia. The Collection of Lester Breininger

Pennsylvania redware pie plate, 19th c., attributed to the Diehl pottery - Price Estimate: $800 - $1200

Pennsylvania redware pie plate, 19th c., attributed to the Diehl pottery - Price Estimate: $800 - $1200

Realized Price: $ 2106  North Carolina or Pennsylvania redware pie plate, 19th c., with yellow, green, and brown slip dot and circle flower decoration on an orange glazed ground, 8 1/4" dia. For a similar example, see the John Gordon Collection, Christie's, January 1999, lots 300-303; and Bivins, The Moravian Potters in North Carolina, plate 253. Pook & Pook ...~♥~

Realized Price: $ 2106 North Carolina or Pennsylvania redware pie plate, 19th c., with yellow, green, and brown slip dot and circle flower decoration on an orange glazed ground, 8 1/4" dia. For a similar example, see the John Gordon Collection, Christie's, January 1999, lots 300-303; and Bivins, The Moravian Potters in North Carolina, plate 253. Pook & Pook ...~♥~

Sold $1,400 Rare Slip-Decorated Redware Plate with Stump and Fence Motif, PA or New England origin, second quarter 19th century, with coggled edge,...

Sold $1,400 Rare Slip-Decorated Redware Plate with Stump and Fence Motif, PA or New England origin, second quarter 19th century, with coggled edge,...

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