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Antique Redware Jars, Plates, Platters, Jugs, Crocks, Slipware and more…

Relief Molded Redware Pitcher Pattern: Eight Panels with Leaf Pattern on Spout Circa: mid 19th century, American Condition: fly specks on rim handle and body, normal wear on the lower half, otherwise in very good condition Size: 7” highTurk’s Head Molded Redware Circa: 1830-1890 Condition: excellent for its age with normal wear Size: 3.50” high, 8.50” dia.Maine Redware Jug Circa: 1790-1830, Maine Condition: missing handle, chips in various parts, spalled glaze Size: 8.50” highPennsylvania Redware Crock Manganese on Clear Glaze Circa: 1840 Condition: chips on rim and base (see photos) with normal wear Size: 12.75” highRedware Planter Black manganese glaze, 3 holes for hanging, molded, not thrown Circa: late 19 century, North Shore, Mass. Condition: cracked when made, glazed over and fired, small chip Size: 8.50” dia., 4.50” highRedware Jug, Metallic Black Manganese Glaze Circa: mid 19th cen., mid Atlantic Condition: chip on rim (see photo) otherwise, normal wear Size: 9” highRedware Ovoid Jug Gonic type glaze, orange and green mottled glaze with black manganese sponging, incised line around neck Circa: 1780-1830, New England Condition: usual ware, chips at base and rim (see photos) Size: 8.50” highRedware Crock “Lard Pot” Spalled glaze on the inside, unglazed on the outside, incised lines below rim, potter’s thumb mark in glaze Circa: 1780-1820 Condition: old crack at base, numerous pop-outs in clay  Size: 10.75” highRedware Platter Earthenware platter from Pennsylvania has a wave pattern and coggled edge. Circa: 1825-1850 Condition: no cracks, old and recent chips at rim, otherwise in very good condition Size: 15.50” long, 12.50” wide, 2.50” deepRedware Apple Butter Pot  Gorgeous dark brown glaze with black iron spots  Circa: 1840-1890, possibly Connecticut Condition: invisible crack, visibly whole Size: 5” high, 5.25” dia.