J. Fisher and Co. Lyons, NY, stoneware 3 gallon jug. 19th century. Very good condition. One surface flake, no cracks or lines. Measures 16 inches high. Lovely blue tulip decoration on front.
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.
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).
Mid 20th century Japanese studio pottery vase in excellent condition. Smooth spotted gray glaze contrasts with scored unglazed terra-cotta. Inside top is 3.25 inches across, outside top is 4.25 inches across, the columnar body is 5.25 inches in diameter, and the height is 13.5 inches.
Canary yellow luster, or lustre, ware footed bowl. English, circa 1820. Decorated with copper, blue and green. Measures 3.5" high x 6.25" in diameter.