Lot 1157
Three Southern Pottery Stoneware Pitchers
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
19th-20th century, the first, an alkaline glaze with unusual scrolled handle and incised 'saw-tooth' lines of decoration, possibly Georgia (10 in.) (base rim flake); the second has a yellow alkaline glaze, possibly made by Sylvanus Hartsoe (7 1/2 in.) (break and repair to handle); the third is well-turned salt glazed with incised bands mid-section (10 1/4 in.) (good condition).

Private Collection, Concord, North Carolina