Lot 180
Three American Redware Pottery Vessels, 19th century
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
The first a jar found in the Winthrop, Maine area with later associated cover with incised swirl design, ex. Weston Collection (6 in.) (chipping to jar rim and cover); the second a redware bowl with tapered sides and manganese decoration to interior walls and well, likely Pennsylvania, (2.5 x 6 5/8 in. diameter) (filled hairlines to both sides, some old chips to rim); the third a redware planter with sponged manganese decoration, likely Pennsylvania (6 in.) (hairline to rim, old firing flaw to one side).

From the Collection of Colonel and Mrs. Gordon Roberts, Fayetteville, North Carolina