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
Price includes
Buyer's Premium
      Ask a Question

All Images

don't miss

an opportunity to bid. You can't win if you're not in.

sign up to bid

what's it worth?

ask the experts

sell your item

start selling
Queen Anne Walnut Looking-glass,
Lot # 66 - Queen Anne Walnut Looking-glass,
English, in pine with walnut veneer, mid-18th century. A scrolled, arched crest with applied carved gilded ornament above a rectangular mirror within a beaded, gilded opening; similar scrollwork and ornamentation below. In an old, mellow finish; 30" high x 13" wide. > Item Details
Two Miniature Portraits on Ivory,
Lot # 261 - Two Miniature Portraits on Ivory,
early to mid-19th century, both painted on ivory. One is of a mature woman wearing a lacy bonnet and collar; housed within an oval engraved gold-filled pendant, 1.75" x 2.25"; also a child in a lacy bonnet and dress; back has initials A L R on glass covering lock of hair housed in a pendant probabl... > Item Details
English Toby Jug with Whisky Barrel,
Lot # 157 - English Toby Jug with Whisky Barrel,
English, 19th century, of earthenware depicting a man dressed in vest and waistcoat wearing tricorn hat astride a whisky barrel and holding a bottle and tumbler, covered in Rockingham glaze with green accents; 13" high x 7" deep. Partially illegible inscription on bottom reads . . .Alice Cheneau. . ... > Item Details
Three Copper Cookware Pieces,
Lot # 124 - Three Copper Cookware Pieces,
English or Continental and 19th century. Lot includes an oblong lidded roasting pan of dovetailed construction with brass handles; 5.5" high x 15.5" x 10.75"; PLUS an oval open roasting pan of similar construction; 2.5" high x 21" x 14"; AND an oval pot of lapped and soldered construction with atta... > Item Details
Album of British Colonial
Lot # 549 - Album of British Colonial "Company" Paintings on Mica,
of 85 British Colonial period Indian paintings depicting various aspects of Indian life, each painting inserted through cut-slots onto a hand-bound album having 19th- century paper. The scenes range from depictions of hunters, fruit sellers, musicians, soldiers, textile makers to several other live... > Item Details
Pair of Landscapes Attributed to John R. Johnston,
Lot # 467 - Pair of Landscapes Attributed to John R. Johnston,
American, oil on paper backed with board, mid-19th century, unsigned, in fine oval gilt and gesso frames with fruit medallions. Both measure 8" in diameter (sight), 13" (w/frames).Because of the style and partial name ...nston on verso of board, the works are attributed to John R. Johnston (Hudson R... > Item Details
Chinese Export Armorial Punch Bowl with Eagle,
Lot # 35 - Chinese Export Armorial Punch Bowl with Eagle,
18th century, bowl form on short foot, decorated in polychrome, cobalt and gilt enamels with spread-winged, shield-breasted eagles alternating with floral bouquets, 4.5" high x 11" diameter. > Item Details
Four Painted Miniature Portraits,
Lot # 268 - Four Painted Miniature Portraits,
first is on ivory, identified in ink on verso (inside frame)as Jane Spottswood Keller age 7 painted by Otto E. Eekardt, Dresden 1901, housed in a stamped brass frame, 2.25 x 2.5" (w/frame); also mid-late 19th century, on glass painted in sepia tones is a gentleman purportedly identified as Honorabl... > Item Details
English Salt Glazed Tobacco Box with Damper,
Lot # 159 - English Salt Glazed Tobacco Box with Damper,
first quarter 18th century. A press molded salt glaze lidded box with foliate handles and ferruginous wash, one side depicting a hog thief being chased from a hog pen, the other side with a tavern scene, the lid with floral motifs and recumbent lion finial. Original damper (missing finial) has flora... > Item Details
Paint-Decorated Slide Lid Box,
Lot # 355 - Paint-Decorated Slide Lid Box,
English or Continental, early 19th century, in oak of dovetailed and pinned construction. A storage box having a divided interior, arched cutout base and moulded lid; in a dark green paint with lid having a painted landscape; all over an older paint; 3.75" high x 20.5" long x 9.5" deep. > Item Details
Carved and Painted Folk Art Cane,
Lot # 449 - Carved and Painted Folk Art Cane,
American, 19th century. Carved from a single piece of hardwood having a spherical knob continuing to a tapered shaft with upwardly coiling snake; all polychrome decorated on a black ground; paint with desirable surface; 35.5" long. > Item Details
English Mahogany Dresser Box,
Lot # 375 - English Mahogany Dresser Box,
19th century, of bombe form having a gallery on top above a moulded cornice above one shaped and cockbeaded drawer with original bail pull, dovetailed construction with moulded bottom edge and mushroom feet. 6.75" high x 14.25" wide x 7.375" deep. > Item Details
Pair of Paris Porcelain Cavalier Figures,
Lot # 489 - Pair of Paris Porcelain Cavalier Figures,
late 19th century, attributed to Bloch & Cie, Paris. A pair of porcelain figures modeled as cavaliers in Elizabethan court attire, one seated on a stool peeling an apple, the other sitting cross-legged on a high-backed chair. Both marked with underglaze blue crossed feathers; 6" and 6.5" high. > Item Details
Empire Mirror with Reverse Painted Tablet,
Lot # 369 - Empire Mirror with Reverse Painted Tablet,
American, third quarter 19th century, in pine. A rectangular mirror is surrounded by a frame consisting of applied ring-turned half columns and corner blocks with applied circular medallions. Eglomisé panel above of an urn containing a fruit and floral arrangement; frame an old repaint; 34" high x... > Item Details
Pieced Log Cabin Quilt <i>Barn Raising</i> Pattern,
Lot # 430 - Pieced Log Cabin Quilt Barn Raising Pattern,
American, late 19th early 20th century. Entirely hand-sewn using foundation construction of wool and cotton prints and solid bars; the back has blocks of cotton, some consisting of flour sack printing; bound but unbacked; 82" x 82". > Item Details
Boxed Set of L.C.T. Favrile Ruffled Salts,
Lot # 580 - Boxed Set of L.C.T. Favrile Ruffled Salts,
ca 1900-1918. A nicely matched set of six salts in original silk-lined, gold-stamped Tiffany & Co. New York box, all with good multicolor iridescence and signed L.C.T.; salts 1" x 2.75" diameter, in fitted box 10" x 7" x 2.5". > Item Details
Four Color Jacquard Coverlet,
Lot # 241 - Four Color Jacquard Coverlet,
American, third quarter of the 19th century. Tomato red, indigo blue, olive green wool on natural ground. Center field having a floral medallion design, all surround by a floral border with applied fringe on three sides. No center seam, unsigned; 88"x 92" (excluding fringe). > Item Details
<i>Rose Sampler</i> Appliquéd Quilt,
Lot # 428 - Rose Sampler Appliquéd Quilt,
American, mid-19th century, entirely hand-sewn of cotton and wool. Twenty large blocks of differing rose designs in colors of red and green on a white ground; white cotton back, green binding. Diagonal line quilting; 68" x 83". Found in Texas. > Item Details
Chippendale Mule Chest in Cherry,
Lot # 73 - Chippendale Mule Chest in Cherry,
pine secondary wood, American, third quarter 18th century. A lid with snipe hinges conceals a deep well over two graduated overlapping drawers having moulded edges; all resting on a scrolled bracket base; cleaned and refinished; 41.5" high x 36" wide x 18.5" deep. > Item Details
Western Landscape by Edgar Malin Craven,
Lot # 598 - Western Landscape by Edgar Malin Craven,
oil on board, signed and dated E.M. Craven, 1942 in the lower right. In a carved gilt frame; 19.5" x 29.5" (sight), 26" x 35" (w/frame). Edgar Malin Craven (1891-1960) was an unusual figure, beginning his career as a prominent banker in New York and retiring at the age of 52 to pursue his love of p... > Item Details
ITEMS 1-20 of 20
SKIP TO PAGE: