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Pook & Pook.  April 20th & 21st 2007. Lot 540.  Estimated: $1500 - $2500. Realized Price: $4914. Pennsylvania, Dryville Area, redware plate, early 19th c., with 3 line yellow slip tulip surrounded by a black manganese sponged rim, 10 1/4" dia. For a nearly identical example, see the collection of Walter Himmelreich Collection, May 1973, lot 43. Provenance: Walter Himmelreich, 1958 Pennypacker Auction.

Pook & Pook. April 20th & 21st 2007. Lot 540. Estimated: $1500 - $2500. Realized Price: $4914. Pennsylvania, Dryville Area, redware plate, early 19th c., with 3 line yellow slip tulip surrounded by a black manganese sponged rim, 10 1/4" dia. For a nearly identical example, see the collection of Walter Himmelreich Collection, May 1973, lot 43. Provenance: Walter Himmelreich, 1958 Pennypacker Auction.

Pennsylvania redware pie plate, early 19th c., with central dark orange glaze of a leaf - Price Estimate: $200 - $400

Pennsylvania redware pie plate, early 19th c., with central dark orange glaze of a leaf - Price Estimate: $200 - $400

* SARAH'S DISH Yellow Slip-inscribed Redware Plate, America, early 19th century…

* SARAH'S DISH Yellow Slip-inscribed Redware Plate, America, early 19th century…

Pennsylvania redware pie plate, 19th c., with three yellow slip flowers, 6 3/4'' dia. - Price Estimate: $500 - $1000

Pennsylvania redware pie plate, 19th c., with three yellow slip flowers, 6 3/4'' dia. - Price Estimate: $500 - $1000

WALLPAPER BANDBOX, American, late 1830s, depicting the balloon flight of Cincinnati silversmith Richard Clayton in 1835.

WALLPAPER BANDBOX, American, late 1830s, depicting the balloon flight of Cincinnati silversmith Richard Clayton in 1835.

Berks County, PA Redware Plate with Three-Color Slip Decoration, second half 19th century. Coggled edge, the interior decorated with three groups of green-and-brown slip stripes interspersed with lines of wavy yellow slip. Rim chips. Some wear to interior. Diameter 8 1/2". Crocker Farm March 1, 2014 Stoneware Auction Lot #: 59.

Berks County, PA Redware Plate with Three-Color Slip Decoration, second half 19th century. Coggled edge, the interior decorated with three groups of green-and-brown slip stripes interspersed with lines of wavy yellow slip. Rim chips. Some wear to interior. Diameter 8 1/2". Crocker Farm March 1, 2014 Stoneware Auction Lot #: 59.

Price Realized: $ 3,450.00 Rare Glazed Redware Jar with Bold Copper Slip Brushwork, probably New England origin, early 19th century, cylindrical jar with rounded foot and tooled rim, decorated in copper slip with a series of wide curving brush strokes, applied over a dark orange ground. Surface covered in a clear lead glaze. Strong decoration with outstanding color. Base chips. Wear to top of rim. A few small, unobtrusive glaze flakes to surface. H 9".

Price Realized: $ 3,450.00 Rare Glazed Redware Jar with Bold Copper Slip Brushwork, probably New England origin, early 19th century, cylindrical jar with rounded foot and tooled rim, decorated in copper slip with a series of wide curving brush strokes, applied over a dark orange ground. Surface covered in a clear lead glaze. Strong decoration with outstanding color. Base chips. Wear to top of rim. A few small, unobtrusive glaze flakes to surface. H 9".

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