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.
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".