Conestoga Auctions - Harry B. Hartman Estate Auction - Session IV Aug. 15, 2015. Lot: 522. Estimate: $200 – $400. Sold: $424. Description: Willoughby Smith, Womelsdorf, PA Mottle Glazed Redware Planter. Attached saucer base, impressed on base W. Smith Womelsdorf, molded lip, tapered body with incised ring and molded saucer base. 5-3/4"h. x 6" diam. Condition: Very good with hairline.
Pook & Pook. January 17th 2015. Lot 324. Estimated: $200 - $300. Realized Price: $900. Adams County, Pennsylvania redware jar, inscribed Sept 22 1893 made by Kimmel Edith Myers, 3 1/4" h. George Kimmel was a potter who worked for Solomon Miller.
Skinner's - The Personal Collection of Lewis Scranton, Auction 2897M. May 21, 2016. Lot: 3. Estimate: $1,000-2,000. Realized: $650. Description: Large Redware Pitcher, Norwalk, Connecticut, or Huntington, Long Island, New York, early 19th century, applied strap handle, flared mouth with lip, decorated with manganese splotches on a red ground, (minor chips), ht. 10 in. Small chips on the spout and minor glaze loss on the rim. Provenance: Fred Giampietro, 1992.
Crocker Farm 3/25/17 lot #245 (side 3). Realized: $1,062 ($900). 7" h. Slip-Decorated Redware Jar, possibly Nathaniel Seymour, West Hartford, CT, ca. 1800-1830, footed base with tooling to shoulder & rim, decorated with two groups of copper slip stripes over a mottled olive & orange ground. Clear lead glaze. 1 1/4" flake to exterior of rim. Other small rim chips. Base chips. Provenance: The Stradlings; Ex-Ronald Dionne, 2002.
Garth's 5/14/16 Lot 190. Estimate: $ 300 - 500. Realized: $ 600. Description: AMERICAN REDWARE STORAGE JAR. First half-19th century. Coggled rim and line on shoulder. Mottled green and orange glaze with manganese. 7.5"H. Condition Report: No visible flakes, cracks, chips or damage. Fine condition.
Horst Auctions 2/11/17 lot 376. Estimate: $50 - 200. Realized: $220. Description: ca. 1860; flared bowl form with shallow side spout, ribbed strap handle, interior brown lead glaze and exterior and rim with manganese sponging on the same glaze, 5 3/4"d, 2 7/8"h. Condition Report: Glaze losses on most of rim with several 1/4" & smaller chips.
East Tennessee redware pottery jar, attributed to the Cain pottery with sine wave incising around upper shoulder. The green glazed jar with sine wave incising is the first known Cain attributed jar glazed with with copper oxide glaze over the entire surface. Descended through the Gaines family of Sullivan Co., TN. 11 1/4" H x 8 1/2" Dia. 3rd Qtr. 19th century. Note – recognition of the prolific Cain pottery in East Tennessee was noted in published resources as early as 1909, where Oliver…
Price Realized: $ 1,610.00 Glazed Redware Jar with Exceptional Color, probably New England, possibly Gonic, NH, second quarter 19th century, cylindrical jar with tooled foot, tapered shoulder and semi-rounded rim, profusely-decorated with two rows of vertical manganese sponging around the body and additional sponging around the shoulder. Decoration applied over a colorful olive and orange-spotted ground. Small base chips. A chip and spots of wear to top e
Jeffrey Evans Auctions 11/14/15 Lot 127. Estimated Price: $500 - $800. Realized Price: $1,380. Description: EAST TENNESSEE / SOUTHWESTERN VIRGINIA GREAT ROAD DECORATED EARTHENWARE / REDWARE JAR, lead- and manganese-glazed, approximately half-gallon capacity, high-shoulder form with a delicate rounded rim and beaded foot. Bold brushed manganese splotched decoration. Probably the Cain Pottery, Sullivan Co., TN; possibly Washington Co., VA. Circa 1840-1850. 7 1/4" H, 4 3/8" D rim…
SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA SLIP-DECORATED EARTHENWARE / REDWARE HANDLED BOWL, Probably Peter Bell, Winchester, Virginia or the Hagerstown, Maryland area. Circa 1800-1835. 4 3/4" H, 7 1/4" rim DOA, 10 1/4" W at handles, 4 1/2" D base. Literature: See Comstock - The Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley Region, for related Hagerstown examples. Provenance: The estate collection of Richard and Betty Robertson, Waynesboro, VA. $3600, 06-22-13, at Jeff Evans.