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Pook & Pook. April 20th & 21st 2007. Lot 566 front view.  Estimated: $3K - $5K.  Realized Price: $5850. Montgomery or Bucks County redware ring vase with profuse yellow, green, and black slip flowers & squiggly lines, dated "1815" in green slip on one side of base, & initials on the other, 8 3/4" h.

Pook & Pook. April 20th & 21st 2007. Lot 566 front view. Estimated: $3K - $5K. Realized Price: $5850. Montgomery or Bucks County redware ring vase with profuse yellow, green, and black slip flowers & squiggly lines, dated "1815" in green slip on one side of base, & initials on the other, 8 3/4" h.

Important Eagle Vase. Exceedingly Rare Slip-Decorated Redware Vase with Large Eagle Motifs and Braided Handles, attributed to John Betts Gregory, Clinton, Oneida County, NY, circa 1820. One of the finest examples of New York State redware to come to market in years. Provenance: A fresh-to-the-market example from an eighty-year private collection. H 7 1/2".

redware vase with large slip-decorated eagle designs, attributed to John Betts Gregory, Clinton, Oneida County

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Sgraffito redware: flowerpot, attributed to John Vickers (active 1796 – Chester County Historical Society, West Chester

Rare Lead-and-Manganese-Glazed Shenandoah Valley Redware Vase with Elaborate Applied Bird and Floral Decorations, Signed in Script "Anthony ...

Rare Anthony W. Bacher / 1850 Redware Vase w/ Applied Birds and Flowers -- July 2014 Stoneware Auction by Crocker Farm, Inc.

Mug, attributed to Solomon Loy, Alamance County, North Carolina, 1825-1840. Lead-glazed earthenware. H. 6 1/2".  (Private collection.) --- Art in Clay: Masterworks of North Carolina Earthenware by Old Salem Museums and Gardens, Chipstone Foundation, and Caxambas Foundation.

Mug, attributed to Solomon Loy, Alamance County, North Carolina, 1825-1840. Lead-glazed earthenware. H. 6 1/2". (Private collection.) --- Art in Clay: Masterworks of North Carolina Earthenware by Old Salem Museums and Gardens, Chipstone Foundation, and Caxambas Foundation.

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