Large grouping of New England and NY/PA pottery items, most redware, 13 items. Includes manganese spot decorated preserving jar with lid, redware flowerpot with crimped rim and manganese decoration, redware mug with pouring spout, two managanese glazed jugs of varying size, four oil or grease lamps, mustache cup, small turk mold, small redware saucer, and redware plate with yellow slip. Sizes ranging from 8" height for the manganese decorated preserving jar to 9" diameter on the yellow slip decorated plate. 19th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: Condition – manganese decorated preserving jar with a couple of old chips to inner rim, flowerpot with scattered glaze loss to crimped rim edge and hole in base, remaining forms with minor chips and glaze flakes at edges, slip decorated plate with crimped edge with losses to yellow slip and chips to interior and old large chip to underside of plate.
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