Price Realized: $ 1,380.00 Fine and Extremely Rare York County, PA Redware Jar with Incised Signature, Dated 1848, finely-potted ovoid jar with rounded foot, flared rim, and incised wavy line decoration around shoulder, the surface glazed with splashes of manganese and coated in a clear lead glaze. Underside incised in script "Jacob Rintlaub / 1848 July / 18th." Rintlaub is a previously undocumented potter working in Washington Township, York County, PA.
Sold $375 Fine Glazed Redware Bowl, Stamped "JOHN BELL / WAYNESBORO," PA origin, third quarter 19th century, with rounded sides and semi-rounded rim molding, the entire surface covered in a heavy lead glaze. Interior shoulder decorated with manganese highlights, the entire exterior surface further decorated with manganese streaks. Impressed "JOHN BELL / WAYNESBORO" below rim. Thin, approximately 2" crack from rim. In-the-firing tripod marks
Willis Henry Auctions. March 29, 2014. Lot 29B: Rare Milk Pan. Estimate: $800 – $1,200. Sold: $856. Late 18th/early 19th c., Bristol County, green copper glaze on white tin slip underglaze, a few rim chips, shaped pouring spout, flared sides, 5″ h, 18″ dia.
Crocker Farm 3/25/17 lot #242 (side 1). Realized: $2,124 ($1,800). 10" h. Glazed Redware Jar with Streaked Manganese Decoration, Bristol County, MA, early 19th c., distinctive tapered shoulder, footed base & narrow opening, with manganese streaks over a bright-orange ground & clear lead glaze. Excellent color. Base chips. A few flakes on underside. Light rim wear & a shallow 1" rim chip. Glazed surface survives in remarkable condition. Provenance: Dr. Raymond L. Owen Collection.
Covered Redware Handled Jar, America, early 19th century, ovoid form with molded bands about the neck, streaked and speckled brown manganese glaze, (chips), ht. 8 1/4 in. cover with several chips, small to 3/4 x 1/2 in., three small shallow rim chips and a few glaze flakes around rim, some surface scratches around bulbous area of body. Sold for $ 3,555
Jeffrey Evans 6/17/17 lot 1014 side. Est: $1,000 - 2000. Realized: $4,680. Description: SHENANDOAH VAL. OF VA REDWARE BOWL, lead-glazed interior & exterior, deep conical form with overhanging rim. Interior slip-decorated with yellow & manganese stripes over a spiked ground & swirling center. Attr. to Christian or Jacob Adam and/or John Coffman, New Market, VA. 1811-1830. 3 3/4" H, 13 1/4" D. Very good condition. Light wear to bottom, 2" rim hairline, rim flakes, 4 filed chips to rim…