Redware Cooking Vessels
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JULIA SMITH,
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 Item no.
Price
Description
R118
$40
REDWARE COOKING POT. Small sauce pan, knife trimed. English, 17th century. 3" tall.
R119
$44
REDWARE COOKING POT. Small three-footed pipkin. American, 17th century. 4"-5" tall.
R120
$46
REDWARE COOKING POT. Dutch or English, 16th century through 17th century. 4"-5" tall.
R121
$467
REDWARE WARMER. This pot often seen in Dutch genre paintings either on a table filled with hot coals or inside a wooden foot warmer. Dutch or English, 16th century through 17th century. 4"-5" tall.
R122
$46
REDWARE COOKING POT. Found at Fort Orange, New York. Dutch, early 17th century. 4"-5" tall.
R123
$36
REDWARE COOKING POT. Also called a cauldron, this example is very small. Dutch, 16th century through 17th century. 4"-5" tall.
R124
$60
REDWARE COOKING POT. Orange fabric, clear glaze on interior. Dutch or English, 16th century through 17th century. 4"-5" tall.
R125

REDWARE BRAZIER. NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
R126
$30
REDWARE COOKING POT. Small bowl, glazed interior only. American, 17th century.
R127
$130
REDWARE BAKING PAN. North Devon cooking pan with braided edge. English, 17th century. 14" length.
R128
$145
REDWARE COOKING POT. Double handled pot sits on three feet. Glazed interior only. Dutch or English, 16th through 17th century. 10" tall. 
R129
$175
REDWARE COOKING POT. Also called a large pipkin. Glazed inside only. This lidded example dates to the mid-17th century. 8 1/2"-10" tall. 
R130
$128
REDWARE SKILLET. Glazed interior only. Sits on three feet. This example found on the Warship Vasa. English or Dutch, early 17th century. 9"-10" diameter. 

R196 $46 COOKING POT.  Redware pot whith handle and lipped rim. Sits on 3 feet. Glazed all around. 6" diameter. Dutch or English. Early 17th c.