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Medinger Redware Vase

Redware vase made by Jacob Medinger (1856-1932) of Neiffer, Limerick Township, Montgomery County, PA. The Medinger pottery was founded by Jacob's father William in 1872 and remained functional until Jacob's kiln related accidental death in 1932. There are two small chips to the footed base that do not distract from the piece's presentation. Height - 9".

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Stahl Redware Cat

Redware cat with excellent polychrome glaze made by the Stahl Pottery in Powder valley, PA. This is the only Stahl animal figure I have ever seen with this variation of color in the glaze. It is signed on the bottom "Made by R.R. Stahl 11/20/51" Height - 4".

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Daub Easton PA Stoneware Jug

Easton, PA four gallon stoneware jug made by the H. G. Daub factory with their signature sunflower decoration. Excellent condition with no significant chips, hairlines or repairs. There are a few shallow chips on the spout. Height - 16".

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Medinger Redware Pitcher

Redware water or milk pitcher made by Jacob Medinger of Limerick Township, Montgomery County, PA circa 1920. The Medinger Pottery was founded by Jacob's father William in 1872 and remained operational until Jacob's kiln related death in 1932. Exceptional form and glaze with the signature Medinger ribbed handle and coggled rim, neck and shoulder. A really good and somewhat rare example of Medinger pottery. Height - 11 1/2".

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Mocha Pepper Pot

English pearl ware mocha pepper pot with cats eye and earthworm decoration. Good crisp colors. Early minor repair to the footed base. Height - 5".

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Remmey Stoneware Pitcher

Richard C. Remmey, Philadelphia one gallon stoneware pitcher with the signature Remmey cobalt blue decoration. Circa 1875. Excellent overall condition. Height - 11".

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Remmey Stoneware Crock

Large five gallon stoneware crock attributed to the Remmey factory of Philadelphia. Good cobalt blue drooping bellflower decoration and "V" stamp. Circa 1875. Height - 15".

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PA Redware Charger

Pennsylvania redware charger with coggled rim and excellent slip decoration. There is one minor flea bite to the rim but otherwise is in excellent condition. Width 11 1/4".

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Native American Elm Burl Bowl

Large Native American elm burl bowl from the Eastern Great Lakes region, possibly made by the Ojibwa tribe. The bowl dates to the 1720-1750 period and exhibits a wonderful flared form and a surface that speaks to it's age. This rare Native American piece is in pristine overall condition. Length (at the top) - 18", Width (at the top) - 13". Height - 6".

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Treen Decorated Cup

Treenware paint decorated cup from the collection of Foster and Murial McCarl of Beaver Falls, PA. This piece was lathe turned and retains it's original painted surface. Height - 6 3/4".

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Lancaster County Baby Cradle

Child's baby cradle from Lancaster County, PA with original red painted surface. Excellent form with dovetailed construction, half heart scalloping at both ends, bold lollipop terminals, and well proportioned rockers. This wonderful piece would be a great addition to any doll or folk art collection. Height - 8", Length - 13", Width - 6 ¾".

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Miniature Reflector Lamp

Late 18th or early 19th century tin miniature reflector lamp with original glass in the reflector, and original reservoir cap and chain. This example is a rare small size and would be an excellent addition to any miniature lighting collection. Height - 4".

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Miniature Andirons

Pair of miniature cast iron andirons with an excellent surface dating to the mid 19th century. Height 6".

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Miniature Betty Lamp

Rare tin miniature Betty lamp in excellent original condition. This little gem dates to the early to mid 19th century. Height - 2 3/4".

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David Pullen's Snuff Box

Brass snuff box in the form of a heart with the owner's name, David Pullen, inscribed on the lid. Apparently David liked to hunt as evidenced by the folky presentation of a horse and rider and the inscription "HUNTING". The box itself is probably of English origin. The first Pullen family members in America date back to 1681 in Maryland. Size - 3 3/4".

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