PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE VESSELS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, each approximately one-gallon capacity, comprising a wide-mouth crock and a cylindrical jar with slight shoulder and flared rim, each with brown-slip glazed interior. Each with a large brushed cobalt flower to one side. Circa 1860-1880. 8 1/2" and 9 1/4" H. Provenance: From a West Virginia private collection.
Crock with faint hairline at base, jar undamaged but with some losses/wear to decoration.