Vintage redware vase. Heavy vase, likely hand formed. It has a lot of crazing on the interior. Flaws: a little irregular dip on the top rim edge; a gouge in the clay on body of vase; and one teensy fleaspeck along bottom rim, see pics. It is 3.25 tall x 5.25 across top rim. It's an oldie but I do not know who made it. Age est: 1930's. 11/13scs
Antique ovoid redware jar. A very similar jar is shown in the Redware book by K. McConnel on pg. 59; same height (11 inches tall with same shape, different glaze). The books calls it a spice jar. The one in the book has a lid; this one is missing its lid. It has a lot of fine crazing that is visible under a light. Very old, dark worn bottom rim. Dark green glaze; and appears to be hand formed. Some of the red clay is visible on the bottom rim. Another possibility is Roblin. It is 11 inches tall x 26.5 around body. est#
Large antique 4 gallon hand formed redware churn. c:1800's. Doing research I found an identical one that sold a few years ago on another site; it was made by S. R. Rogers so I assume this was made by the same maker. It is hand formed, (ridges on exterior and interior). It has the same hand incised script #4 under the ear. It is an awesome rare crock. No cracks; a pea size glaze pop; some gouges in the clay. The glaze on this crock is very unusual also. It has a streaky mixed glaze; not the typical dark brown Albany slip glaze; it might be an alkaline glaze. The glaze is reminiscent of tree bark; enlarge pic #5 for a good look. It stands 16.5 tall x 8.5 wide at bottom. It did not have the lid; apparently it was a butter churn but can also be used as a crock. I do have an albany slip glaze stoneware lid that fits this crock okay that you can have if you want it, see other pics. The lid came from another crock that was too damaged to sell; lid is slightly darker brown than this churn. A great find for your collection! 7/12cs
Unique-shaped redware art pottery bud vase. Flame-shaped top with mouth curved and off to the side, neck with a raised bow, and round body having raised designs. Circa: Mid 20th Century. Size: 5 inches tall; 3 3/8 inches wide. Condition: Excellent.
Super attractive hand formed redware art pottery vase. It has incised mark on bottom. Exterior and interior glaze. Has all over faint crazing; well worn bottom rim. It is 3 inches tall x 6.5 total width or 5.25 across top opening. Very nice piece. Great for a Southwest or Mission style room. 7/11smc