Medinger 2 Handled Vase
A superb Jacob Medinger 2 handled vase in a nice large size - 11" tall. Excellent form and colors - pumpkin orange base with large areas of green and splotches of manganese. Typical Medinger decorative tooling work. Excellent condition - no chips, cracks, etc.
Inventory Number: 69IN1225
PA Redware Pie Plate
Large 19th C. Redware pie plate with cogged edge, 12" diameter. 4 sets of 3 wavy line slip decorations. 2 edge chips are visible in photo with a very tight 1 1/4" hairline emanating from the smaller chip. Also a couple of minor edge flakes, not unusual for these large plates. Slip lines in very good shape.
Inventory Number: 78CA275/28
Classic Jacob Medinger redware pitcher with strap handle with 3 rows of tool work decoration. Nice bright pumpkin ornage color with splotches of varying shades of manganse decoration. A very nice example of Medinger's work. 7 5/8" HIGH. Excellent condition.
Inventory Number: 68R50
18th C. Delft Charger
Large 18th C. Dutch Delft charger in the "Peacock" pattern. 12" diameter and 2.5" deep. Nice heavy form with good depth. Rich blue and white decoration closed with a yellow rim. Marked with the signature of the 3 Bells Factory in The Netherlands. Fine condition with no hairlines, cracks or restoration. Minor production flaw @ 1:00.
Inventory number: 23 EB375/13
PA Redware Pie Plate
Large 19th C. Redware Pie Plate with cogged edge, 10 1/4" diameter, 3 sets of 3 wavy slip line decorations. Nice pumpkin orange color. Excellent condition.
Inventory Number: 78CA250/25
Medinger Redware Pitcher
Jacob Medinger Redware Pitcher with strap handle with 3 rows of tool work decoration. Nice bright pumpkin color with splotches of green and manganese decoration. A very nice example of Medinger's work. 7 1/2" high.
Inventory Number: 97EB95/35
Miniature 2 Eared Crock
Crudely formed miniature stoneware jar with small applied ear handles and flared rim. Reddish brown glaze. Very good condition with only a small flat flake on the rim and minor roughness on the edge of the ear handles. 3 7/8" high. Found near Albany, Georgia.
Inventory Number: 107EB57/12
Delft Shallow Bowl
Mid size Delft charger/shallow bowl, probably Dutch. Nicely done blue and white floral and banded edge decoration with mustard yellow outer rim. Excellent original condition with no restoration or cracks/hairlines. Normal scratches and edge fritting from use. 10 3/8" diameter and 1 3/8" deep.
Inventory Number: 53EB33
Covered Redware Jar
Rich red/brown glaze 19th C. redware jar with its original top. Retains very nice original glaze luster. Decorated with splotches of manganese. Excellent original condition with only 2 small glaze chips on the knob for the top. Probably CT origin. 11" tall
Inventory Number: 67EB45
Very large mid 19th C. Redware storage jar or crock. Excellent original condition. Red/brown glaze with random spots of manganese decoration. PA origin. 12 1/4" tall.
Inventory Number: 76P200
Redware Bowl with Tin Straps
Rare 19th C. signed redware and tin bowl. It is signed and dated with a stamp "Patented June 27, 1876, ----ERLE, St. Louis, MO." Excellent original condition showing usage wear on rim. Reddish glaze with black decoration. This is not a "make-do" piece. It was designed with the redware and tin together. 7 3/8" diameter, 3" tall.
Inventory Number: 25EB103/10
Large 19th C. Redware Pitcher, 8" tall, in excellent condition. Reddish brown base glaze with dark manganese decoration.
Inventory Number: 76ET225
Large Redware Jug
Nicely shaped 19th C. Redware Jug with strap handle. Reddish brown ground glaze with dark manganese decoration. Excellent original condition. 9 1/2" tall, 8" diameter.
Inventory Number: 96A125/19
Colorful 19th C. Redware storage jar or crock with a yellow-orange base glaze with a bright mottled red-orange overglaze for decoration. Very good original condition with 2 small spots with glaze loss. 6 1/2" tall, 5 3/8" wide.
Inventory Number: 96NH30
Stick Spatter and Flow Blue Platter
Gaudy stick spatter and flowing blue decorated platter. No maker's mark. 11 3/8" long and 9 1/8" wide. Very fine condition with no damage or restoration. An excellent example. Mid 19th C.
Inventory Number: 27FL185/19
Spatterware Handleless Cup and Saucer
Pea Fowl decorated handleless cup and saucer with red spatter ground, mid 19th C. Very fine condition with no damage or restoration. A nice clean example. Saucer is 5 5/8" diameter. Cup is 2 1/2" high.
Inventory Number: 27FL163/16
Stick Spatter and Flow Blue Plate
Gaudy stick spatter and flowing blue decorated service plate. No maker's mark. 9 1/4" diameter. Very fine condition with no damage or restoration. A nice clean example. Mid 19th C.
Inventory Number: 27FL105/11
A nice pair of Dutch Delft Chargers
A noteworthy pair of 18th C pictorial Dutch Delft chargers of large size (13.75” diameter) with beautiful artwork and colors of manganese and yellow on a white glaze ground. Both chargers are in excellent condition with no cracks, hairlines, chips or restoration.
One charger has a scene of “Adam and Eve” and the other has a scene of Noah’s Ark. Both have a wonderfully graphic border of tulips and leaves. They both came from a Dutch collection.
Inventory # 122N34
Canton Platter with Drip Tray
19th C Canton platter with matching drip tray. It is in excellent condition with no chips or hairlines.
Inventory Number: 103JA95/9.5
PA Redware Pitcher
This pitcher is an excellent example of simple PA redware. There is no slip decoration or manganese in the glaze – plain and simple. There are a few minor chips in the rim, but, otherwise it is in excellent condition. It is 8” tall.
Inventory Number: 76B175
18th C Dutch Delft Polychrome Plate
A very nice polychrome 9” Dutch Delft plate from the 18th C. It has an Oriental pattern with greens, browns and yellow on a white ground. There is some edge fritting which is usual in Delft, and no hairlines or major chips.
Inventory Number: 2EB199
This is a beautiful Delftware tankard with a pewter lid. It is probably of Dutch or German origin, and dates from the late 18th to the early 19th C. It has an attractive polychrome cornucopia decoration and is in overall good condition. There is a small age crack at the top of the handle.
Inventory Number: 122EB248
A very large and beautiful Dutch Delft vase from the later 18th C. Wonderful decoration showing a couple in a landscape contained within a lovely scrolled cartouche. It is also heavily decorated with garden elements, including insects, flowers, leaves, vines, etc. A beautiful large example in fine condition with no hairlines, cracks or restoration. Has an unidentified maker's mark on the bottom. 12 3/4" tall.
Inventory Number: 122EB575
Sewer Tile Dog
19th C. sewer tile dog, probably Ohio origin. The dog is well formed and nicely highlighted with a lighter brown. 9" Long and 6" high to the top of his head.
Inventory Number: 93JM1325
PA Redware Mold
A well formed PA Turk's Head Redware Mold in excellent condition. 9" Diameter and 3 1/2" tall.
Pair of Delft Plates
A charming pair of blue and white 18th C. Dutch Delft plates wuth a floral motif. Minor edge fritting. No hairlines or restoration. 9" Diameter
Inventory Number: 13EB299
Price: $595 pair
An attractive delft stein decorated in a panelled floral pattern in colors of mulberry, blue, green and yellow. Pewter top and bottom. The pewter top is etched with the intials J. H. S. surrounded by two branches on the bottom and a crown on the top, as well as the date 1750. 8" tall
Inventory Number: 25N65
French Redware Pitcher
19th C redware handled jug with cream colored decoration over a reddish brown base glaze. 5 1/2" tall. Overall very good condition with 2 tight 1" hairlines at rim opposite the pouring spout. Probably Eastern France origin.
Inventory Number: 97EP25
CESBRON French Redware Pitcher
Nice small redware pitcher with dark brown and blue glaze decoration over a pumpkin base glaze. 4 5/8" high with a pleasing form. Excellent original condition. Impressed on bottom "CESBRON FRANCE". Early 20th C.
Inventory Number: PERS
19th C. large Canton serving platter in excellent condition with no chips or hairlines. 17 1/8" x 14 1/8"
Inventory Number: 103JA50/5
Very decorative English Staffordshire blue and white serving platter in the Chinese taste. A clear sharp pattern in pleasing shades of blue surrounded by a very pretty border. Excellent condition with normal usage wear on the back. Only mark is an impressed small 8 lobe asterisk form 3/16" across. The platter is 17.5" by 13 1/4" by 2" deep.
Inventory Number: 58FA173
Very large and heavy Oriental water pitcher with nicely done floral and bird polychrome decoration (and maybe 8 bats) along with gold highlights, 11" tall. Probably later 19th C. No markings as to maker or origin. Very good condition with only 2 minor spout chips from use - 1 is an old small flake off the lip's edge (about 2/4"x3/4"), the other, also a flake like chip, has an old repair and inpainting (about 7/8"x5/8"). The repair is visible in the photo. No hair lines or cracks.
Inventory Number: 810CA102