Lot 1126
Antique American Folk Art, Sewer Tile Lamb
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Ohio, 1900-1920, stoneware made in a two part mold with slip glaze.

6 x 8 in.

From the collection of the late Mr. & Mrs. John D. Querry, Martinsburg, PA

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, workers in sewer pipe factories used leftover pipe clay to make sculptured forms of animals and small useful household items such mugs or ashtrays.

Left ear repair; damage to bottom.