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Chris Fox Discusses English Salt-glazed Stoneware

Chris Fox, Associate Deputy Director of American Furniture & Decorative Arts discusses English salt-glazed stoneware and various examples featured in August Americana, open through August 13.

Lots mentioned in the video:

Two Small Staffordshire White Salt-glazed Stoneware Dishes, England, third quarter18th century (Lot 2036) Staffordshire Scratch Blue Decorated Salt-glazed Stoneware Puzzle Jug, England, mid-18th century (Lot 2041) Staffordshire Enamel-decorated Salt-glazed Stoneware Half-pint Mug, England (Lot 2049)

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The Harry Root Collection of 18th Century English Pottery

Staffordshire Saltglaze Sauce Boat

Harry Root’s collection tried to capture the breadth and variety of wares produced throughout 18th century England — from early red stoneware tea wares manufactured in imitation of the Chinese Yixing wares to a white salt-glazed stoneware.

Tour a Remarkable Collection of Early English Pottery with Harry A. Root Jr.

“My earliest collecting was in the area of cow creamers,” explains Harry A. Root Jr. “This was because I had a dairy farm in Vermont.” See those cow creamers and many more examples of early English pottery in these two videos. Harry Root takes family friend David Grober on a tour of the collection and tells the stories behind the rare and exquisite works.

The Harry A. Root Jr. Collection of 18th Century English Pottery will be offered at auction on July 13, 2013 at the Skinner Boston gallery.… Read More