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Antique Redware and Yellow Slip Decorated
Early American Antique Country Primitive Stoneware

Previously Sold Pieces:
Redware Slip Decorated Plate

Redware Slip Decorated Plate »

Circa 1850 | S.E. Pennsylvania

Coggled edges and yellow slip decoration and great wear on this lovely early redware plate. 8 1/2"

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Redware Slip Decorated Plate

Yellow Slip Decorated Redware Bowl »

Circa 1850-1875: Great color on this early yellow slip decorated antique redware bowl.

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Redware Slip Decorated Plate

Yellow Slip Decorated Redware Bowl »

Circa 1850-1880: Excelent condition on this early american antique redware, slip decorated bowl. Six freehand painted yellow slip lines.

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Redware Yellow Slip Decorated Plate with letters initials DE Antique Country Primitive

Early 19th Century Redware Plate with Yellow Slip Decoration
Script Reading "DE" with Squiggles Top and Botton  »

Circa 1820-1850: It is always exciting to find the antique redware in yellow script decoration with letters, names or other readble parts. This example of a nice early coggled edge plate boasts the initials "DE" with decorative squiggles flourising across the top and bottom.

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Redware Slip Decorated Plate

Redware Dinner Plate in a Rare Olive Glaze
with Yellow and Magnenese Stripes »

Circa 1850-1875: A very unusual olive glaze serves as the ground for this striking redware dinner plate with folksy yellow and maganse stripes. We have been unable to find any recent auction results other examples of redware plates with this scarce olive glaze. Condition on this 19th century American redware plate is excellent with only a few small rim flakes. One will have to search long and hard to find another redware plate of this quality, and we are sure that it will be a prize even for the advanced collector of early American redware and other fine antique country primitives, folk art, and americana.

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Redware Pitcher

Redware Pitcher »

Circa 1850-1875: Exquisite form and surface on this early American redware pitcher.

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Redware Yellow Slip Decorated Trencher

Redware Yellow Slip Decorated Trencher »

Circa 1810-1820 | Coggled edges and yellow slip decoration and great wear on this lovely early redware trencher.18" x 12"

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12 Gallon Rare Blue Decorated Jane Lew, WV Storage Jar

12 Gallon Jane Lew, WV Storage Jar »

Circa 1870-1880: Monumental Size, Extremely Rare. Stoneware manufactured in Jane Lew, West Virginia is highly coveted, and blue decorated pieces of this size are exceedingly rare. This particular storage jar sat for decades in Buckeye, West Virginia in the breezeway between Janelle Tibbs’s house and garage. Longtime Greenbank, West Virginia antique collectors Jim and Katie Sheppard purchased this superb piece directly from Ms. Tibbs. The flower depicted here is the elusive lady slipper, and the jar’s attractive cinnamon colored glaze is the major identifying factor of Jane Lew stoneware.

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