Large Japanese studio pottery charger, mid to late 20th century. Measures 17.75 inches in diameter by 1.75 inches high. Excellent condition, signed on bottom.
Wood and Caldwell Staffordshire pearlware pitcher circa 1810. Blue ground with relief molded dogs and horses in a landscape with purple luster accents. Measures 4.25" high x 6.5" wide.
19th century flint glass covered and footed compote of extraordinary clarity. Hand blown and panel cut. Measures 8.75" high by 6.25" across the lid.
Antique S. B. Bosworth 2 gallon stoneware jug. Hartford, CT, circa 1880. Cobalt floral decoration. No base chips, hairlines, cracks, or repairs. Measures 13.5" high. Seymour Bosworth operated the pottery in Hartford under his name from approximately 1880 to 1890 (see William Ketchum Jr., American Stoneware, page 61).
Early to mid 19th century Boston, MA, or Sandwich, MA, fine early flint glass hand blown compote, excellent condition. It produces a beautiful ring when tapped. It measures 6.5" high by 9.75" across.