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Hindman

4 days Left
$1,5004 bids

A J&E Norton Cobalt Decorated Stoneware Three-Gallon JugBennington, VermontWith house and tree decoration.Height 16 inches.Property from the Dean Lower Estate, Lanark, Illinois

Hindman

3 days Left
$5004 bids

A Hamilton and Jones 10-Gallon Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Crock19th CenturyHeight 20 inches.Property from the Collection of Dr. James Dawson, Manchester, Kentucky

Hindman

3 days Left
$3253 bids

A Cleater and Billie Meaders Stoneware Face JugGeorgia, Dated 1993with brimmed hat marked Meaders Pottery 1892-1993, underside marked Cleater / and / Billie Meaders / 2-28-93.Height 22 inches.Property

Hindman

4 days Left
$2753 bids

Four Cobalt Decorated Stoneware Jarscomprising an A. Conrad Shinnston W. VA example, a Jas. Hamilton & Co. Greensboro, PA example, and two line decorated examples.Height of first 8 1/2 inches.

$1753 bids

Western Pennsylvania Colbalt Blue Stenciled Stoneware Pottery 3 Gallon Jar. stencil Jas. Hamilton & Co. Greensboro, PA. and floral decorations, molded rim with applied handles. 13-3/4 inches tall.

$1253 bids

Collection of two Royal Doulton Lambeth stoneware pieces. Lot features (1) cobalt blue with Celtic knot design tobacco jar. Marked and numbered 4744-8845 on bottom. Measures 7" x 6" x 6"; and (1) glaz

$1252 bids

Stoneware lot incl make-do lamp from a 7" cobalt dec jar, a make-do pitcher from a 7 1/2" tall jar w wire handle & as as found cobalt dec crock 6" tall x 6 1/2" diam

Hindman

4 days Left
$4752 bids

Six Galena Glaze Stoneware CrocksIllinois, 19th CenturyHeight of largest 13 3/8 inches.Property from the Dean Lower Estate, Lanark, Illinois

Hindman

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$1752 bids

A Cobalt Decorated Stoneware Pitcher and Jug19th Centurycomprising a bird decorated jug and a pitcher.Height of larger 13 1/4 inches.Property from the Dean Lower Estate, Lanark, Illinois

Hindman

4 days Left
$2002 bids

An A.O. Whittemore Cobalt Decorated Stoneware Two-Gallon CrockHavana, New York, 19th CenturyWith house decoration.Height 9 inches.Property from the Dean Lower Estate, Lanark, Illinois

Hindman

3 days Left
$1502 bids

A Group of Ceramic Dogs19th/20th Centuryincluding a Liverpool stoneware dog, a yellowware dog bank, a cast iron painted dog paperweight, and a small dog figure, together with an Albany-glaze wire-wrap

Hindman3 days Left
$1502 bids
$902 bids

Cobalt stenciled J.P. Franz Groceries & Liquors Pomeroy, Ohio, ovoid form, one gallon salt glaze with C form handle, 6 1/2 dia x 11" high. Condition chips on spout, still Very Good.

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Many people favor vintage stoneware due to the high-quality design and construction of these pieces. The earth tones used on many of these items ensure they work well in different styles of homes and gives them a rustic appearance making them admired decorative objects. Due to their solid construction, many stoneware pieces will be sure to stand the test of time and won’t wear down with frequent use. The hand-painted details on these pieces contribute to their value and gives them an original, handmade that speaks to their high level of craftsmanship.

 
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