Stoneware Crocks, Jugs, Jars, etc.
"Cowden & Wilcox" Harrisburg PA Stoneware Cream Pot
Rare and important Edgefield SC 'Dave' alkaline-glazed stoneware storage jar, Edgefield District, SCcirca 1840five-gallon ovoid jar with ear-shaped handles and rolled rim; inscribed on one side: Mr Miles Dave; opposite side inscribed: February 7th 1840/L. Miles; inscription flanked by five dots indicating capacity of jar, and double slash marks.
Rare and important Edgefield SC 'Dave' alkaline-glazed stoneware storage jar, Edgefield District, SC, c.1840; 5-gallon ovoid jar with ear-shaped handles and rolled rim.
Edgefield District stoneware storage jar, Thomas Chandler circa 1850 ovoid form with loop decoration on shoulder and flanked by ear-form handles
Southern stoneware jar, Rhodes factory c. 1850; 3-4 gallon ovoid form with kaolin sprig flower design
Rare Three-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Decoration of a Bird Eating Grapes, Stamped "COWDEN & WILCOX / HARRISBURG, PA," circa 1865, ovoid jug with wide spout, decorated with a brushed cobalt design of a bird perched atop a cluster of grapes in feeding posture. Brushed cobalt leaves and corkscrewing vines extending above bird. Cowden & Wilcox stoneware is difficult-to-find depicting a bird and grapes on the same piece.
Rare Three-Gallon Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Decoration of a Bird Eating Grapes, Stamped "COWDEN & WILCOX / HARRISBURG, PA," c. 1865.
BENNINGTON STONEWARE was founded in 1785 by Captain John Norton and carried on as a family business throughout the 19th century. A wildly successful pottery, it was well known for producing a wide variety of stoneware, earthenware and ceramic vessels, including some of the most beautiful cobalt decorated images in American stoneware. In 1850 Julius Norton partnered with his cousin Edward and all pottery created in the decade of their association was marked with the J Norton, Bennington VT
J & E Norton Bennington VT
Charles W. Pfaltzgraff [1873-1929] was a son of Cornelius Pfaltzgraff who was a son of Johann George Pfaltzgraff, one of the original founders of the world renowned Pfaltzgraff Pottery of Manchester Township, York Co. PA. Charles, however, was a cousin to other Pfaltzgraff sons who made the Company what it is today. He did, though, work for the family business.
Pfaltzgraff Anniversary Crock. Straight sided contemporary manufactured crock with printed cobalt markings: "200th Anniversary Bust of Washington with 1732 - 1932, The Pfaltzgraff Pottery Co., 2 - inside a keystone , York, PA." 9 1/4"h.
85: Pfaltzgraff Anniversary Crock. Straight sided conte : Lot 85
Scarce Three-Gallon Cobalt-Stenciled Pfaltzgraff Jug, York, PA origin, late 19th century, cylindrical jug with sloped shoulder and squared spout, stenciled "H.B. & J.B. PFALTZGRAFF / 3 / YORK, PA," accented with cross-like flourishes. Staining to base. Small area of light wear to midsection.
One-Gallon Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Stamped "H.B. PFALTZGRAFF / YORK, PA," circa 1875, ovoid jar with tooled shoulder and flattened rim, decorated with a large cobalt tulip extending across the front. Tight Y-shaped line on reverse. Hole drilled in underside. Small chip to side of rim.