Two Glazed and Covered Redware Jars Numbered in Yellow Slip, New England, early 19th century, a taller example numbered "10," and a shorter one numbered "26," each with corresponding numbers on the underside of their lids, ht. 8 1/2, 6 1/2 in., respectively.
The Collection of Donald Ballou Reid, Butternut Farm, Glastonbury, Connecticut.
Number 10 (larger) jar: glaze chips to body, chips and glaze chips to rim and edge of lid.
Number 26 (smaller) jar: crack through bottom and up into body, minor glaze chips to rim, chips and glaze chips to lid.
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