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Artist: Rudolph Christ Image title or type, and date: Moravian Redware Bear Bottle, early 19th century. Origin: Salem, NC Medium and size: Stoneware Pottery, with blackish-brown lead and manganese glaze. H 6 1/2". Present location: Unknown. Provenance: Christies, Important American Furniture, Folk Art and Decorative Arts, New York, Saturday, October 23, 1993.  Source: http://www.crockerfarm.com

Artist: Rudolph Christ Image title or type, and date: Moravian Redware Bear Bottle, early 19th century. Origin: Salem, NC Medium and size: Stoneware Pottery, with blackish-brown lead and manganese glaze. H 6 1/2". Present location: Unknown. Provenance: Christies, Important American Furniture, Folk Art and Decorative Arts, New York, Saturday, October 23, 1993. Source: http://www.crockerfarm.com

Moravian Squirrel Bottle, Salem, NC: Leland Little Auctions

Moravian Squirrel Bottle, Salem, NC: Leland Little Auctions

LION, attributed to John Bell (1800-1880), c. 1850–1860, glazed red earthenware, 8 x 8 1/2 x 4 1/4", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Ralph Esmerian, 2005.8.25 Photo © John Bigelow Taylor

LION, attributed to John Bell (1800-1880), c. 1850–1860, glazed red earthenware, 8 x 8 1/2 x 4 1/4", collection American Folk Art Museum, gift of Ralph Esmerian, 2005.8.25 Photo © John Bigelow Taylor

Owl bottle, Salem, North Carolina, 1804-1840. Lead-glazed earthenware. H. 7 3/4".  (Old Salem Museums & Gardens.) --- Art in Clay: Masterworks of North Carolina Earthenware by Old Salem Museums and Gardens, Chipstone Foundation, and Caxambas Foundation.

Owl bottle, Salem, North Carolina, 1804-1840. Lead-glazed earthenware. H. 7 3/4". (Old Salem Museums & Gardens.) --- Art in Clay: Masterworks of North Carolina Earthenware by Old Salem Museums and Gardens, Chipstone Foundation, and Caxambas Foundation.

Moravian Redware Squirrel Bottle, attributed to Rudolph Christ, Salem, NC, early 19th century,

Moravian Redware Squirrel Bottle, attributed to Rudolph Christ, Salem, NC, early 19th century,

An Art Deco Carved Amethyst and Enamel Snuff Bottle. Via FD Gallery, www.fd-inspired.com

An Art Deco Carved Amethyst and Enamel Snuff Bottle. Via FD Gallery, www.fd-inspired.com

Squirrel Bottle 1790 North Carolina, ceramic. Can anyone tell me what this glaze is called?

Squirrel Bottle 1790 North Carolina, ceramic. Can anyone tell me what this glaze is called?

est $20,000-$30,000 Rare glazed red earthenware upright dog holding a jug, Samuel Bell or Solomon Bell (act. 1834-1882)Strasburg, Shenandoah County, Virginia, Visual Grace: Important American Folk Art from the Collection of Ralph O. Esmerian

est $20,000-$30,000 Rare glazed red earthenware upright dog holding a jug, Samuel Bell or Solomon Bell (act. 1834-1882)Strasburg, Shenandoah County, Virginia, Visual Grace: Important American Folk Art from the Collection of Ralph O. Esmerian

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