April 10, 2021 09:00 AM EDT Asheville, North Carolina


Three Pieces of Edgefield Stoneware

Edgefield stoneware bowl, light tan glaze, angled body, rounded rim, possibly made at Pottersville, circa 1820s, 5-1/2 x 11 in.; large jug with light tan glaze over clay body, rounded form, inscribed "3" on shoulder, applied strap handle, flared rim, possibly attributed to a Landrum Pottery, 15 in.; storage jar, light brownish green alkaline glaze, lopsided form, two possible "slash" marks to base edge and shoulder near handle, possibly two at handle, two possible punctates at shoulder, possibly attributed to Dave at Landrum Pottery, circa 1840, 11 in.

Provenance:Collection of Dr. Joseph T. and Gaile E. Wingard, Jacksonville, Florida


glaze voids and anomalies as made, bowl with 5-1/2 in hairline up side to rim, hairline around 2/3 of the bowl's base, residue to interior and exterior, attempt to repair 1 in. chip to glaze at side of bowl, jug with tape residue to exterior, otherwise good condition, jar with restorations to rim and side of jar at one handle, several chips around interior of rim, 21 in. hairlines to rim, base edge wear, glaze hairline under one handle, several areas of illumination under blacklight to front of jar likely due to residue, interior of jar with some clay body losses

Estimate: $400 - $800
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