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  • Item 9514


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is the Early 1 Gallon Stoneware Ovoid Jar whose form and decoration indicate that it was likely made by Clarkson Crolius, Sr. who made pottery in New York City from 1800 to 1838 (William Ketchum, Jr., American Stoneware, p. 62).


    This beauty features a Ovoid Form, Carefully Tooled Rim, Pronounced Footer, and Three Incised and Cobalt Filled Florals around the Middle.  Stands 10 1/4" tall.


    Very Good Condition. A narrow 1/4" flake inside the rim, a 1/2" chip outside the rim, a 1" triangular chip on the shoulder, and three contiguous 1/4" chips on the footer.  No hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration.  A kiln touch on the shoulder and three 1 1/2" vertical drying/firing lines on the base in the making. 


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE

    Circa 1820 1 Gallon Ovoid Jar att. to Crolius, New York City #9514

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