WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA DECORATED STONEWARE JARS, LOT OF TWO, salt-glazed, each approximately one-gallon capacity and of cylindrical form with slight shoulder, heavy collar, and rounded rim, Albany-slip glazed interiors. One having a stenciled cobalt large scrolled ornament with brushed stripes above and below, the other with five brushed cobalt stripes. Circa 1875. 9" H. Provenance: From a West Virginia private collection.
Stenciled example with two Y-shape hairlines to base, other with a sizable chip to underside of rear rim and chip to underside of base.