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 Item no.
Price
Description
R092
$26
REDWARE PORRINGER. New England example from Massachusetts, c. 1764-99. 3" tall.
R093
$17
REDWARE TEA BOWL. 18th century. 2" tall. 
R098
$65
REDWARE COLANDER. Glazed interior only, stands on three feet. Experimentation has shown that these vessels also work well for pressing cheese.  Southeastern Massachusetts, mid-18th century. 8"-9" diameter.
R101
$24
REDWARE PAN. Typical pan shape, knife trimmed. Common to Europe and America, 16th century through 19th century. 8" diameter.
R102
$20
REDWARE PAN. Same as R101 above but smaller. 6" diameter.
R103
$24
REDWARE BOWL. Colonial style with transparent glaze. 6" diameter.
R104
$24
REDWARE BOWL. Copied fromNew Hampshire bowl, c. 1740-50. 6" diameter.
R105
$120
REDWARE COLANDER. Stands on three feet. Dutch, 17th century. 12" diameter.
R113
$36
REDWARE STORAGE POT. Glazed inside only. Style typical from 1750-1850. 6" tall.
R114
$32
REDWARE STORAGE POT. New England, probably Essex country. 6" tall.
R115
$17
REDWARE STORAGE POT. American, 18th century. 2"-3" tall.
R116
$56
REDWARE JUG. Yellow slip trailed, American, c. 1750. 8"-9" tall.
R131
$28
REDWARE PORRINGER. Early 17th century. Glazed interior only. Similar examples found at early settlements in North America. 4"-5" diameter.
R136
$18
REDWARE CANDLESTICK. 18th century. Common style produced in great quantitites by local potters. 4"-5" diameter.
R137
$28
REDWARE PORRINGER. Glazed red earthenware pieces such as this one were made in England from the first half of the 16th century through the 18th century wiht little or no change in fabric. Often pots can only be dated when in association with other items. 5" diameter.
R163
$35
REDWARE COSTREL. American, 18th century. 5" tall.
R166
$26
REDWARE PANS. Thick pan with broad rim, knife trimmed edge. 17th century. 6" diameter.
R167
$33
REDWARE PANS. Same as R166 but in a  larger size. 9" diameter.
R168
$22
REDWARE OINTMENT POT. Dark green glaze on outside. Early 17th century. 3" tall.
R169
$22
REDWARE INKWELL. Mid 19th century. American. 3" diameter.
R170
$24
REDWARE INK BOTTLE. Typical colonial style. 2"-3" tall.
R171
$35
REDWARE GINGER BEER BOTTLE. Mid 19th century. American. 7" tall.
R172
$60
REDWARE CHAMBER POT. Mid 18th century. American. 8"-9" diameter.
R173
$70
REDWARE SLIPWARE BOWL. American. 1750-1800. 12" diameter.
R174
$60
REDWARE PAN COLANDER. New England origin. Mid-18th century. 11"-12" diameter.
R175
$125
REDWARE COLANDER. Single handle, tripod footed base. 17th century. 12" diameter.

R197 $42 LAMP.  Redware lighting device with loop handle for hanging on wall. Animal fat or oil was placed in the bowl, a thick wick was laid into the fat with the tip hanging about 1/2" outside the lipped rim. Dutch, late 16th through 17th c.

R211 $65 CHAMBER POT.  Redware with brown glaze on interior. 9" diameter. English. Mid 17th c.