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  • Item 3769


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this rare, early 1 Gallon Ovoid Jar with Incised Decoration.


    The form and decoration indicate that this jar originates around 1800-1820 in Old Bridge, New Jersey, possibly the work of the Morgan-Van Winkle Pottery.   M. Lelyn Branin, The Early Makers of Handcrated Earthenware and Stoneware in Central and Southern New Jersey, pp. 97-100. 


    This beauty features an Ovoid Form, Short Tooled Rim and Neck, Ringed Shoulder, Distinct Footer, and an Incised Decoration with Stem, 5 Leaves, a Cluster of 7 Seeds or Grapes, and Color Fill.  Stands 11 1/2" tall.  


    The decoration has been attributed to Joseph Henry Remmey who may have worked for the Morgan-Van Winkle Pottery.  Branin, pp. 70-71, and photo above is from p. 82.


    Very Good Condition.  A 1/2" chip inside and on top of the rim, a narrow 1" chip on the footer, and a 1/2" chip on the underside at the edge.  Some water glass staining from use.  No outer rim or handle chips, hairlines, cracks, or restoration.


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    Circa 1800-1820 Stoneware Incised Ovoid Jar, att. Old Bridge, New Jersey #3769

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