As you know, "Stripers" are hot right now. This one is a scorcher!
Circa 1865-70, this beauty hails from Southwestern Pennsylvania. It was made with the glacial clay found along the Monongahela River near New Geneva, Pennsylvania. This clay fired a wonderful light gray. Unfortunately this lighter clay it was quickly depleted.
This Sealer is a Gallon Size with Tooled Rim and 5 Shiny Cobalt Stripes on the Light Gray Glaze for a Very Pleasing Contrast. Stands 9 1/2" tall.
Stripers this size and this pretty are not commonly seen.
Excellent Condition. Three minor 1/8" nibbles inside the rim, a 1/2" chip on the underside, and some light staining from use. No outer rim chips, hairlines, cracks, or restoration.
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