COGGLED "11 PAUL CUSHMAN'S STONEWARE FACTORY 1811 PA", NEW YORK STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, finely thrown straight-sided form with single incised shoulder ring, thin angled rim, and beaded foot, covered with Albany-slip to interior and exterior. Mark encircles the body in one line. Paul Cushman's Stoneware Factory, Albany, New York. 1811. 7 1/4" H, 4 5/8" D. Literature: W. Douglas McCombs - Paul Cushman: The Work and World of an Early 19th Century Albany Potter, pp. 29 and 123. Provenance: From the collection of Bob Koren of Macedonia, Ohio. Catalogue Note: Paul Cushman was a potter in Albany, New York from 1809-1833, his factory was located on Washington Avenue. Cushman marked his pieces with a coggle wheel tool in 1809 and 1811.
Excellent overall condition, several chips to rim, two flakes under base, firing imperfections, as made.