G605 Blue decorated stoneware canning crock attributed to Remmey Pottery Works of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
G452 19th century 8" tall stoneware canning jar, from Western PA. It has five cobalt blue stripes that were laid on by a heavy thumb painting .GREAT BLUE COBALT DECORATED STRIPER WAX SEALER STONEWARE CANNING JAR
G623 Mid 1800s West Virginia striper crock with three (3) cobalt stripes. Wide squared top rim with tooled shoulder that rounds to a cylindrical bottom. Slight, tight hairline crack on bottom. Top rim is out of round.
RM1298 Small canning crock with three cobalt blue stripes, the middle stripe being "squiggly".
G241 Western Pennsylvania Strip decorated Wax Sealer, circa 1875 straight sided jar with wax sealer rim. decorated with three wide brushed cobalt strips, very good condition,
**SOLD** G240 Western Pennsylvania Wax Sealer, circa 1870 straight- sided jar with slightly tapered sides, decorated with four bands
G94 Western Pennsylvania stoneware canning crock, 19th c., with cobalt bands, 8" h.
G125 Ironstone large teapot ., It is signed in black on the bottom Royal Patent Ironstone W&E Corn.
G126 Stunning antique white ironstone oval platter, fabulous Laurel Wreath or Victory shape. . Medium size or 16" long, 13-3/4" wide. Potted by Elsmore and Forster, ca. Civil War era.
G131 This large white ironstone vegetable tureen or server . It was made in the pottery of Burgess and Goddard and dates to the 1870 to 1880 period.
RM1287 Fantastic Western Pennsylvania region canning crock with three vivid stripes on the front. Has only minor interior rim nicks (as photographed), otherwise in wonderful condition! Image Properties
G272 Small-Sized Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Pitcher, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1870, ovoid pitcher with rounded rim, decorated with a brushed cobalt design of double-stemmed clover plant.
RM1292 Western Pennsylvania stoneware crock decorated with three squiggly lines, which is also known as a “Striper” crock. No chips or cracks.
G186 Unusual Five-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Large Cobalt Clover Decoration, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1875, cylindrical crock squared rim, and applied lug handles
G185 Unusual three-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Large Cobalt Decoration circa 1875d applied lug handles
G145 Stoneware Jug with Dover, Delaware Stoneware Advertising Jug, attributed to the Fulper Pottery, Flemington, NJ, late 19th century, jug featuring the slip-trailed cobalt advertising "Levy & Glosking, / Distillers of / Pure Rye Whiskey / Dover. Del.
**SOLD** G115 19th century Signed Peter Hermann Stoneware Jar from Baltimore one gallon Gallon Stoneware Jar made and stamped "P. Hermann."
G148 19th century 1 gallon blue decorated stoneware butter churn, Baltimore, MD circa 1850-70. single handles and bold double flowers on front The crock stands
G48 A wonderful nest of five Yellow Ware mixing bowls with three white bands. Thes bowls are not marked but often is attributed to Brush McCoy, USA
G94 Western Pa. Blue Decorated Stoneware Crock. Also called a Striper. This one has 3 lines.
**SOLD** G114 Cobalt decorated Stoneware milkpan, Baltimore MD. origin, circa 1870, flaring bowl form with pouring spout, decorated all around bowl with brushed cobalt leaves.
G8019th century DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "1" gallon capacity, cylindrical form with squared rim..
G103 Scarce three-Gallon Stoneware Crock with Cobalt Date "1878" within a Wreath, Stamped "FORT EDWARD / POTTERY CO," straight-sided crock with tooled shoulder and applied lug handles,
F639 19th century cobalt decorated 1 gallon stoneware crock , Peter Herrmann (Baltimore, Maryland) 1 gallon
F480 Stoneware storage jar, attributed to Baltimore, Maryland. The unique freehand painted chain decoration runs fully around the crock,. excellent condition,
F742 Small Baltimore Crock , Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1875, cylindrical jar decorated with a cobalt clover on the front and back good condition
F458 Peter Hermann One-Gallon Stoneware Pitcher with Cobalt Clover Decoration, Baltimore City and County, MD.
F477 Mid 19th century small Pitcher with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Baltimore, MD origin, ovoid pitcher with flared base and tooled collar.
**SOLD** F376 Mid 19th century Peter Hermann Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Jar, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1850, ovoid jar with tooled shoulder, squared rim, and applied lug handles, cobalt-decorated front and back with a two-stemmed clover plant.
F247 Stoneware Pitcher with Cobalt Decoration, Baltimore, MD, circa 1880. Ovoid pitcher with flared collar and semi-rounded rim, decorated with brushed leaves and flower around the midsection.
S176 Canning Jar accented with three blue accent stripes across the front. Pennsylvania
D154 Decorated Stoneware Chicken Waterer, circa 1850, straight-sided form with rounded top and tall finial, with attached handles and open, hooded watering section.This example was probably made at the Remmey Pottery
P485 Philadelphia Cobalt decorated Stoneware Cream Jar circa 1870 decorated with bright cobalt design, applied handles with cobalt decoration
**SOLD** D135 Baltimore Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Cake Crock with Lid, circa 1870, cylindrical crock with heavily-tooled shoulder, ribbed lug handles, cobalt decorating both sides..
E242 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWAREDIMINUTIVE WATER COOLER, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity
E276 Cobalt decorated Stoneware milkpan, Baltimore MD. origin, circa 1870, flaring bowl form with pouring spout, decorated all around bowl with brushed cobalt leaves. Stamped with a capital “I” inside a circle on one side. Has small chips around lip and interior crack that does not go all the way through.
E244 BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, semi-ovoid form with squared rim
E274 Peter Herman Crock, This crock was made in Baltimore circa 1850 to 1870. It is decorated in cobalt with a single stemmed,flower
E294 Baltimore Crock with single stem flower, Stoneware Jar Peter Herrmann with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1875, cylindrical jar decorated with acobalt clover on the front and back good condition
E275 Baltimore Crock with single clover leaf, Stoneware Jar Peter Herrmann with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1875, cylindrical jar decorated with acobalt clover
E301 Peter Herman signed Crock, This crock was made in Baltimore circa 1850 to 1870. It is decorated in cobalt with a oversize single stemmed, flower.
*SOLD* E385 Peter Hermann Baltimore, MD – Circa 1855 – 1870 large crock jug with applied handles. A very impressive stamped three gallon Stoneware Crock
E389 19th century Semi-Ovoid Storage Jar Circa 1850. Storage jar shows attributes from both Baltimore and Philadelphia but was probably made in Baltimore during the 1850s.
E390 Semi-Ovoid Storage Jar Circa 1850
E386 Pennslyvania large crock jug with applied handles, A very impressive stamped three gallon Stoneware Crock, decorated with a motif design all arounf top . A sweeping pattern of brushed designs
E411 Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Clover Decoration, Baltimore, MD, circa 1875, cylindrical jar with tooled shoulder and semi-squared rim
E415 19th century Miniature -glazed Red ware pitcher, with dark brown glaze.
E416 19th century 2 gallon blue decorated stoneware butter churn, Baltimore, MD circa 1850-70. two handles and bold double flowers on front and back.
E393 Baltimore, MD Stoneware Jar with ears, 19th century, a five -gallon ovoid jar with cobalt swag decoration
*SOLD* E541 19th century Two-Gallon Stoneware Chicken Waterer with Cobalt Decoration, with cobalt highlights bordering the watering trough and handles, as well as cobalt brushed on top of the knob. Contact mark to side of hooded watering trough.
E598 Very Rare One-Gallon Stoneware cake crock with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Stamped "Washington D.C. ", circa 1860,
E472 Three-Gallon Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Floral Decoration, attributed to Richard C. Remmey, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1870, tall collar, and ribbed lug handles, decorated on the front and reverse with a two tulip conjoined at the stem.
**SOLD** F154 Lidded Stoneware Cake Crock attributed to Remmey, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1865, squared rim, and ribbed lug handles, decorated with two large drooping floral motifs on the front and reverse. Cobalt highlights to handlethe is, decorated with brushed swags and a cobalt highlight around the knob
F157 19th century Pennslyvania EARLY BOWERS THREE THISTLES SNUFF ADV STONEWARE CROCK Large "Bowers Snuff" Crock, off white glaze with freehand cobalt label: "Bowers Three Thistles Snuff" on front
**SOLD** F42 3 Gallon Stoneware Crock made and stamped by "P. Herrmann." This is the stamp of Peter Herrmann who made pottery in Baltimore Maryland from 1850-1872. Cylindrical jar with tooled shoulder handles
C115 Bennington, Vermont, Cobalt Decoration Edward Norton & Luman Preston Norton, Circa 1870 (Worked together 1861 to 1881) Impressed Mark Brushed in Cobalt - Two Gallon, flattened spout rim, applied handle, slip-trailed leaf design
C164 Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Clover Decoration, Baltimore, MD, circa 1875,
**Sold**Z315 19th century Pennsylvania decorated Wax Sealer,circa 1875 straight sided jar with wax sealer rim.
B385 Philadelphia Advertising Jar attributed to the Remmey Pottery, Philadelphia, PA, circa 1870. It has straight-sides, Impressed with the advertising "HOPKINS & M'ELVENEY. / No. 612 MARKET ST." Advertising is highlighted in cobalt and surrounded by cobalt brushwork
D153 Stoneware Pitcher with Cobalt Floral Decoration,Baltimore, MD, circa 1875
**Sold**RM619 Oyster Crock or Jar was likely made somewhere in Mid Atlantic area sometime around 1870. It has an attractive, warm, tan slip glaze that has acquired tons of character and patina. The beehive form is also very esthetically pleasing.
C519 Oyster Crock or Jar was likely made somewhere in Mid Atlantic area sometime around 1870. It has an attractive grey slip glaze that has acquired tons of character and patina. The beehive form is also very esthetically pleasing.
**Sold**C620 Oyster Crock or Jar was likely made somewhere in Mid Atlantic area sometime around 1870.The beehive form is also very esthetically pleasing. Otherwise, with the exception of a few firing imperfections
C552 Ottman Brothers and Co. Stoneware Crock, Fort Edward, New York, 1879- 1889 large saltglazed stoneware crock butter churn marked 2 gallons decorated with cobalt blue bird and applied lug handles, good condition
D21 B. C. MILBURN POTTERY (1805-1867) Benedict C. Milburn was born in Maryland in 1805. At age 17 he moved to Alexandria, Virginia in 1822, where he apprenticed himself to be a potter. Milburn leased the Wilkes Street Pottery in 1833
D56 Half-Gallon Stoneware Jar, Stamped "E.J. MILLER / ALEXA," attributed to the Wilkes Street Pottery, Alexandria, VA origin, circa 1850
C563 Rare five -Gallon Stoneware Crock, Stamped "5," Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1880, cylindrical crock with semi-squared rim and applied lug handles
D565 Glazed Redware Jar Stamped "JOHN BELL / WAYNESBORO,"circa 1860, ovoid jar with tooled shoulder and semi-squared rim, the interior covered in a glaze. Excellent condition
*SOLD* D571 Nice early Hard to find W.H. Thomas Stoneware Crock .Thomas was a potter in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania 1870
**Sold**T48 1/2 gallon canning jar with 3 brushed blue accents stripes top, middle and bottom.. Some staining from use, otherwise excellent.
U45 Stoneware Canning Jars with Cobalt Decoration, Western PA origin, circa 1875, tapered form with wax sealer rim. Wax sealer Storage crock Brush decorated unmarked Crock , Pennsylvania
S176 Canning Jar accented with three blue accent stripes across the front. Pennsylvania
**Sold**B472 M.S. Fletcher dealer in Dry Goods East New Market Maryland Crock small chip on rim good color and condition
X394 Red Wing Pottery was founded in Red Wing, Minn. in the 1860s. The company is known for a distinct trademark.
B590 Two Gallon Stoneware Jar with very unusual Cobalt Floral Decoration, Stamped 2 gallon, Baltimore, MD origin, circa 1875, decorated with a large cobalt tulip on the front and back. 12" tall x 8” diameter Otherwise excellent condition
**Sold**Q198 crock jug with a slip -tailed blue bird, unmarked , three gallon, probably New York State Circa
A434 two gallon Stoneware Jar with cobalt decoration, Baltimore Maryland origin cira 1860. with colbolt decoration in the front and bac
**Sold**Q126 Three-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Stamped " LYONS," New York State origin, circa 1885
*SOLD* R278 WILLIAMS & REPPERT , GREENSBORO, PA," circa 1885, cylindrical stoneware crock with tooled shoulder and semi-squared rim, decorated with freehand stripes, a stenciled flourishe, and a freehand
X430 Peter Herman Crock, This crock was made in Baltimore circa 1850 to 1870. It is decorated in cobalt with a single stemmed,flower. The crock has an attractive, smooth-sided shape
**Sold** Z410 Stoneware Jar Baltimore Md. origin circa 1830 decorated completely around with a floral motif 14" tall excellent condition,
X261 3 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware crock, circa 1865 Pa. salt glazed bulbous form crock, with brushed cobalt design of three tulips with cobalt decorated tab handles
Q198 crock jug with a slip -tailed blue bird, unmarked , three gallon, probably New York State Circa 1870
R112 This 3 gallon stoneware jar is decorated all around with cobalt blue flower decoration. It was made in southeastern PA or Baltimore, MD, very good condition c1860.
Y232 19th century P. HISER & SONS WASHINGTON D.C. STONEWARE CROCK it is marked P. Hiser & Sons, Washington D.C., stoneware crock jug . The signed P. Hiser crocks are hard to find since most were unmarked.
R170 Five-Gallon Stoneware Jar with Elaborate cobalt decoration, Baltimore Maryland
U676 Cobalt decorated stoneware salt glaze Bottle, dated 1853
SOLD!! U346 Peter Herman 3 gallon cobalt decorated stoneware Crock, Baltimore MD. circa 1860