Lot 19    

Three Pieces of Blue Sponge Cannelton Stoneware,
2007 SpringAmericana:Fine&DecorativeArts, June23
all in white slip and decorated with their trademark sparse sponging pattern. Lot includes a lidded batter pitcher 5" high x 7" diameter; a mug 3.75" high; and a waste bowl 3" high x 4.5" diameter (at rim).

Cannelton Potteries began in 1862 by the Clark brothers as R. Clark & Co. in Cannelton, Indiana, making sewer tile; later expanding to utilitarian wares. The Clark family sold the kiln in 1937 with production discontinuing shortly thereafter.


Condition:  
First with crow's foot inside base; second with chips to handle; third with vertical tight hairline.
Sold: $287.50
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