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Very Rare B. LENT / CALDWELL Essex County, NJ Ovoid
Extremely Rare Large-Sized Stoneware Jar with Cobalt Floral Decoration, Stamped Twice "B. LENT / CALDWELL", Essex County, NJ, circa 1825, approximately eight-gallon, highly-ovoid jar with tooled shoulder, squared rim, and applied lug handles, decorated on the front and reverse with a brushed flowering plant design. Shoulder impressed with the elusive maker's mark of Benjamin Lent on the front and reverse. Cobalt highlights to maker's mark and handle terminals. Lent had strong familial ties to the potting industry; his father was Troy, NY potter, George Lent, and father-in-law the South Amboy, NJ potter, Thomas Warne. Featuring an outstanding size and form, this jar is the first example of Benjamin Lent stoneware we have ever offered. Restored flaking, primarily to top half of jar, including some touch-up to decoration on one side and cobalt at handle terminals. Heavy exfoliation to interior. A small base chip. H 18". Crocker Farm
Lot of Three: WHITES UTICA Bird-Decorated Stoneware
Three Pieces of Whites Utica Stoneware with Bird Decorations, third quarter 19th century, a one-gallon jar with pierced handles and spotted bird decoration, stamped "WHITES UTICA"; a one-gallon crock with running bird decoration, stamped "WHITES UTICA N.Y."; and an unsigned batter pail with bird-on-stump decoration. Spotted bird jar with large salt drip down front, a drip of staining down right side of front, a large base chip and a few smaller base chips, and wear to rim. Running bird crock with large chips and exfoliation to base, heavy chipping to one handle, and a few rim chips. Batter pail missing ears, with fry to cobalt, chipping to shoulder molding, a glazed-over base chip, and a small chip to spout molding. ($150-$300) Crocker Farm
Half-Gallon Cobalt-Decorated Stoneware Jug, Stamped "C. CROLIUS / MANUFACTURER, / NEW-YORK", circa 1820, highly-ovoid jug with heavily-tooled spout, decorated with a stylized drape-and-tassel motif. Cobalt highlights to handle terminals. Shoulder impressed with Clarkson Crolius, Sr. maker's mark. Desirable form and size. Excellent, essentially as-made condition. Two short, minor lines at base and a few minor base chips. H 9 1/4". Crocker Farm
Fine Stoneware "DEMUTH'S SNUFF" Tobacco Jar, Stamped "F.H. COWDEN / HARRISBURG", Pennsylvania origin, circa 1880, semi-ovoid jar with tooled shoulder and flared rim, featuring the stenciled cobalt advertising "DEMUTH'S / CELEBRATED / SNUFF / ESTABLISHED 1770 / LANCASTER, PA.". Cobalt highlights to F.H. Cowden maker's mark above. Provenance: David Musser Collection. Two minor chips to bottom edge, one of which is glazed over. A minor chip to exterior of rim. A small chip and minor wear to inner rim where a lid would rest. H 9". Crocker Farm
Outstanding Six-Quart NEW YORK STONEWARE CO. / FORT
Rare Six-Quart Stoneware Jug with Cobalt Shorebird Decoration, Stamped "NEW YORK STONEWARE CO. / FORT EDWARD, N.Y.", circa 1875, cylindrical jug with tooled spout, decorated with a slip-trailed design of a crested bird with long legs and neck, standing atop a stylized ground. Decoration includes a ringed-neck and highly unusual tufted tail and abstract feather details to back. This bird, the first of its kind that we have seen from Fort Edward, may represent a shorebird or possibly a sandhill crane. Cobalt highlights to maker's mark and capacity mark. A folky figural motif with an expressive posture to the bird. A 5/8" lamp hole drilled in underside. A small base chip and tiny spout nick. Crocker Farm
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