Sold For $ 10,000 Very Good Blue Decorated Stoneware Coin Bank, attributed to John Burger, NY, button on round bulbous form body, coin slot at top, applied blue to finial and garland foliate decoration with "4" in center, 5-1/8"h. x 4-¼"dia., (very fine condition).
Cobalt Blue Decorated Stoneware Jug, probably made by a member of the Crolius or Remmey family of potters, New York City, late 18th/early 19th century, two-gallon salt-glazed ovoid jug with applied pulled handle, reeded neck, decorated with an incised bird perched on a leafy branch, accented with cobalt blue, and touches of cobalt blue at handle terminals, (minor imperfections), ht. 14 7/8 in.
Sold $ 4,250 Very Rare Miniature Stoneware Pitcher with Cobalt Tulip Decoration, attributed to Charles F. Decker's Keystone Pottery, Chucky Valley, TN, late 19th century, finely-potted, thin-walled pitcher with ovoid body, footed base, and tall flaring collar. Midsection embellished with two incised lines. Front decorated with a brushed vertical tulip, and spout flanked by two cobalt stripes. Inverted U-shaped stroke of cobalt above upper handle terminal. Excellen
Sold for: $ 2,460 Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Pitcher, probably Pennsylvania, late 19th century, large baluster-form pitcher with wide neck, the front ornamented with cobalt leaves flanking the spout above a flowering plant, with cobalt-daubed handle terminals, ht. 10 7/8 in.