It took a bid of $114,000 to win this cobalt blue salt glazed stoneware eagle and shield double-handled four-gallon jug, Ohio, dating from the second half of the Nineteenth Century. It is inscribed "Chapman Weson and Wright Manufacturers, Middleburg, O."
New Haven, Connecticut incised stoneware jug, ca. 1825-1830, by Absalom Stedman, with incised cobalt decorated spread winged American eagle with shield breast holding an American flag in one talon and arrows in the other. Realized Price: $402900 (world record for stoneware)
STONEWARE PRESENTATION COOLER Cobalt slip cup decorated presentation cooler made by John Park Alexander. Akron, Ohio, 1876 An impressive 27" tall John Alexander was awarded two gold medals at America's Centennial celebration in Philadelphia in 1876. One of the medals was for decorated pottery. Alexander operated a large stoneware factory in Akron between 1862-1885.
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