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  • Redware Pitcher

    Lot: 1
    Sold for: $4,000$4,000

    Redware Pitcher, attributed to Thomas Kendrick, Hollis, Maine, early 19th century, tooled rim with spout, double line incised shoulder, applied strap handle, decorated with mottled white glaze over more ...

  • Redware Herb Pot

    Lot: 2
    Sold for: $1,000$1,000

    Redware Herb Pot, Bristol County, Massachusetts, late 18th/early 19th century, bulbous body with ring shoulder and flared neck, and applied strap handle, manganese decoration, ht. 8 in. more ...

  • Large Redware Pitcher

    Lot: 3
    Sold for: $650$650

    Large Redware Pitcher, Norwalk, Connecticut, or Huntington, Long Island, New York, early 19th century, applied strap handle, flared mouth with lip, decorated with manganese splotches on a red more ...

  • Redware Stew Pot

    Lot: 4
    Sold for: $1,800$1,800

    Redware Stew Pot, Pecker Pottery, Merrimac, Massachusetts, early 19th century, ovoid body with flared rim, applied strap handle, decorated with orange, green, and manganese glaze, ht. 8 1/2 in. more ...

  • Redware Jug

    Lot: 5
    Sold for: $3,000$3,000

    Redware Jug, Gonic, New Hampshire, early 19th century, ovoid body with applied strap handle, and tall straight neck, glazed green with orange spots, (minor rim chips), ht. 8 1/2 in. more ...

  • Redware Herb Pot

    Lot: 6
    Sold for: $3,500$3,500

    Redware Herb Pot, Bristol County, Massachusetts, late 18th/early 19th century, ovoid body with applied strap handle, flared rim and lid with button knob, orange-glazed with green and manganese more ...

  • Redware Plate with Yellow Slip Inscription "James,"

    Lot: 7
    Sold for: $800$800

    Redware Plate with Yellow Slip Inscription "James," Norwalk, Connecticut, early 19th century, round, with coggled rim and yellow slip scroll decoration, (crack and rim chips), dia. 10 in. more ...

  • Redware Plate with Yellow Slip Inscription "Lucys Dish,"

    Lot: 8
    Sold for: $3,000$3,000

    Redware Plate with Yellow Slip Inscription "Lucys Dish," Norwalk, Connecticut, early 19th century, round, with coggled rim, (minor rim chips, wear to interior), dia. 11 in. Provenance: Fred more ...

  • Redware Plate with Yellow Slip Inscription "Daniel,"

    Lot: 9
    Sold for: $1,700$1,700

    Redware Plate with Yellow Slip Inscription "Daniel," Norwalk, Connecticut, early 19th century, round with coggled rim, decorated with trailed slip scrolls, (hairline crack in rim few small rim more ...

  • Redware Loaf Dish with Yellow Slip Inscription "Hetty,"

    Lot: 10
    Sold for: $700$700

    Redware Loaf Dish with Yellow Slip Inscription "Hetty," New England, early 19th century, rectangular, with coggled rim, two wavy slip lines above and below the inscription, (minor glaze loss), ht. 9 more ...

  • Green-glazed Redware Cucumber

    Lot: 11
    Sold for: $375$375

    Green-glazed Redware Cucumber, New England, 19th century, lg. 6 in. more ...

  • Redware Salt Pot

    Lot: 12
    Sold for: $275$275

    Redware Salt Pot, New England, early 19th century, gray-glazed with green spots and manganese base, (minor glaze chips), ht. 2 1/4, dia. 2 1/4 in. Provenance: Fred Giampietro, 1986. more ...

  • Redware Inkwell

    Lot: 13
    Sold for: $325$325

    Redware Inkwell, Rhode Island, early 19th century, straight body with glazed interior and mouth, ht. 1 5/8, dia. 1 1/8 in. more ...

  • Miniature Redware Churn

    Lot: 14
    Sold for: $900$900

    Miniature Redware Churn, John Corliss, Days Ferry, Maine, early 19th century, ovoid body with applied lug handles, and lid, ht. 5 in. more ...

  • Redware Inkwell

    Lot: 15
    Sold for: $1,000$1,000

    Redware Inkwell, John Howard Corliss, Monmouth, Maine, 1866, potato-form, with yellow and manganese decoration, inscribed "JHC" on the base, ht. 2, lg. 5, wd. 3 in. Provenance: Ron & Penny more ...

  • Green-glazed Redware Bank

    Lot: 16
    Sold for: $950$950

    Green-glazed Redware Bank, Bristol County, Massachusetts, late 18th/early 19th century, spherical, with finial, mottled decoration on a gray background, ht. 2 1/2 in. more ...

  • Redware Teacup and Saucer

    Lot: 17
    Sold for: $600$600

    Redware Teacup and Saucer, Bristol County, Massachusetts, late 18th/early 19th century, cup with slightly flared rim and raised foot, the saucer with raised foot, (a few rim chips), cup ht. 2, more ...

  • Blown and Molded Flask

    Lot: 18
    Sold for: $450$450

    Blown and Molded Flask, America, 19th century, decorated on both sides with embossed eagles, ht. 7 in. more ...

  • Miniature Blown Green Glass Chestnut Bottle

    Lot: 19
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    Miniature Blown Green Glass Chestnut Bottle, 18th century, bulbous body with pontil on base, tall neck with applied string rim, (small rim chip), ht. 2 3/8 in. Provenance: Nathan Liverant & more ...

  • Isaac Beers Sealed Wine Bottle

    Lot: 20
    Sold for: $9,500$9,500

    Isaac Beers Sealed Wine Bottle, possibly Samuel Bayard & Co., New York, c. 1774, bulbous form with tall neck with applied string rim on bulbous body, seal on shoulder marked "Isaac/Beers/1774," ht. more ...

  • Large Etched Flip Glass and Turned Wood Muddler

    Lot: 21
    Sold for: $600$600

    Large Etched Flip Glass and Turned Wood Muddler, possibly Henry William Stiegle, Manheim, Pennsylvania, 18th century, the glass with etched bird decoration, ht. 6 in. more ...

  • Blown Green Glass Chestnut Bottle

    Lot: 22
    Sold for: $350$350

    Blown Green Glass Chestnut Bottle, 18th/early 19th century, bulbous body with pontil on base, tall neck with rolled rim, ht. 7 1/2 in. Provenance: Acquired from the Hubbard family, Guilford, more ...

  • Green-painted Mirror

    Lot: 23
    Sold for: $6,000$6,000

    Green-painted Mirror, America, 18th century, arched top with shaped sides and molded frame, ht. 16, wd. 13 in. Provenance: John Walton, 1974. more ...

  • Primitive Make-do Mirror

    Lot: 24
    Sold for: $1,700$1,700

    Primitive Make-do Mirror, Harvard, Massachusetts, 18th century, long frame with inset mirror, lg. 12, wd. 3 in. Provenance: Acquired at a Skinner auction, 1978. more ...

  • Small Carved Mirror

    Lot: 25
    Sold for: $6,500$6,500

    Small Carved Mirror, America, c. 1790, pine, with shaped top and bottom edge, the back with carved inscription "MN/1790," ht. 8, wd. 4 1/2 in. Provenance: Ron & Penny Dionne, 1980. more ...

  • Carved Hand-held Mirror

    Lot: 26
    Sold for: $375$375

    Carved Hand-held Mirror, America, 19th century, the square mirror mounted in pine frame with a shaped handle, lg. 10, wd. 4 in. Provenance: Ron & Penny Dionne, 1974. more ...

  • Early Make-do Mirror

    Lot: 27
    Sold for: $2,100$2,100

    Early Make-do Mirror, America, 18th/19th century, the mirror fragment mounted in rectangular pine frame, ht. 2, wd. 3 1/2 in. Provenance: Acquired on Cape Cod, 1974. more ...

  • Black-painted Heart and Crown Side Chair

    Lot: 28
    Sold for: $9,000$9,000

    Black-painted Heart and Crown Side Chair, attributed to Andrew Durand, Milford, Connecticut, mid-18th century, with molded banisters and characteristic turnings, ht. 44 3/4 in. Provenance: more ...

  • Brown-painted Heart and Crown Side Chair

    Lot: 29
    Sold for: $7,000$7,000

    Brown-painted Heart and Crown Side Chair, Stratford, Connecticut, mid-18th century, with molded banisters and characteristic turnings, old surface, ht. 45 1/2 in. Provenance: Acquired at an more ...

  • Red-painted Blanket Chest over Two Drawers

    Lot: 30
    Sold for: $5,500$5,500

    Red-painted Blanket Chest over Two Drawers, New England, c. 1720, the double arched molded case on turned ball feet, some brasses original, ht. 39, wd. 37, dp. 19 in. Provenance: Robert Avery more ...