Westerwald Jug

A large Westerwald stoneware jug with a bold GR sypher for George Rex II. Extensive decorative in blue around the sypher and a manganese bond decorating the neck Origin: Germany Date: c. 1735 Condition: very good Size: 10 1/2″ H Item Code: CSA31 Price: $ 2,900.00

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Westerwald Jug

A fine early 18th century Westerwald salt glazed stoneware crowned AR jug. The cartouche is surrounded by a wreath and flanked on both sides with flowering vines picked out in blue and manganese Origin: Germany Date: c. 1705 Condition: some small rim chips touched up Size: 10″ High Item Code: CSA30 Price: $ 6,500.00

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Westerwald GR Mug

A good scarce early 18th century Westerwald salt glazed stoneware straight-sided GR mug with a central floral & foliate band containing the cartouche flanked by straight banding Origin: Germany Date: c. 1725 Condition: 1 chip on bottom Size: 6 1/4″ High Item Code: QGK Price: $ 1,100.00

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Westerwald GR Mug

A good scarce early 18th century Westerwald salt glazed stoneware straight-sided GR mug with a central floral & foliate band containing the cartouche flanked by straight banding Origin: German Date: c. 1725 Condition: excellent Size: 6 1/4″ High Item Code: QGJ Price: $ 1,400.00

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Sugar Bowl

A fine English cream ware sugar bowl with twisted handles and enameled fruit and floral decoration Origin: England Date: c. 1780 Condition: minor chipping to enamel Size: 5″ wide overall, 4 1/4″ high Item Code: KAZ Price: $ 950.00

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Gin Cistern

A mid 19th century brown salt glazed stoneware gin cistern Origin: England Date: 1860 Condition: excellent Size: 14 1/2″ x 8″ Item Code: CVN1 Price: $ 850.00

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16th century Frechen Belermine

A fine scarce mid 16th century Frechen Belermine with large bearded face and with applied raspberry points Origin: Germany Date: c. 1560 Condition: excellent Size: 7 1/4″ H, 2 1/4″ opening Item Code: CSA27 Price: $ 5,950.00

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Sugar Bowl

This visually pleasing piece of folk art pottery might have been made in Pennsylvania, but certainly it bears German influence. The wonderful piercing and double walled construction is slip decorated, and the pierced foot, applied strap handles and an elaborate finial enhance the visual impact of what was probably used as a sugar bowl.

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