Large antique copper luster pitcher with pink, yellow, green and white enamel floral decoration. Staffordshire, circa 1840. Ex G.H. Becker collection. measures 7.75" high x 9.75" wide spout to handle. Small chip to handle and flakes to glaze.
Early Korean or Japanese earthenware storage jar in brown glaze with combed textured surface. Made sometime between the 11th and 17th centuries. This form of workaday pottery remained relatively unchanged throughout this time span and is difficult to precisely date. It measures 21 inches high and 12 inches wide at center. Good original condition with only one small hole and chip to base.
E L P Norton Bennington VT 2-gallon stoneware jug with flower decoration in deep cobalt blue. Excellent condition. Measures 13 inches tall.
Bennington slipware pottery spittoon. Vermont, late 19th century. Measures 12 inches across by 6.5 inches high. Excellent condition apart from a slight rim chip beneath the inside opening which is not outwardly visible.
Five gallon stoneware jug stamped Demelman, Fuchs & Co. / 6 Broad St. Boston. The company was a wholesale liquor supplier in Boston circa 1880. Very good condition with a few chips on the neck rim. Height is 19.75".