Old South Jersey Glass and Antiques
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Early American redware pie plate with slip trailed designs and a coggled rim. The dish is solid about 10 1/2" maybe a tad larger in great shape with overall wear in the center from use,no chips or cracks just a small area of slip missing as seen. Probably New Jersey or PA mid 19th century.
Very cool vintage miniature canoe ,21 inches long. Completely hand made. Its covered in animal hide of some sort perhaps pig skin tied with early twine and hand painted designs. Possibly Native American made. I think its from the early 20th century but possibly a little bit earlier? Perfect for decorating your log cabin or lake side home.
Super mid to late 20th century fishing lure Display most likely once displayed and a local sporting goods store. The best yellow and black and red surface.13" long , there is a minor repair to the tab the the lower set or treble hooks hangs. It displays perfectly, Stamped with the letter R on the lower bottom?
Opalescent milk glass toy chicken whimsy. The tradition of making bird whimsys goes back centuries in the 18th century they were used os finals on the lids of sugar bowls, mantel ornaments and toys. The same tradition is found in redware the variations are endless. I have always been drawn to these things i have never seen one in the opalescent glass.This one is 4 3/4" tall , 5: wide, 2 1/5" thick. applied amber eyes, it appears to have had a waddle under the beak but its long gone there is also a chip in the wing. It displys very nicely.
Skillfully drawn 18th century pen and ink of two Hessian soldiers standing together it appears they are in the mist of a conversation one is holding a whip the other a clay pipe they are circled by decrative boarder.Begining in 1776 the Hessian soldiers helped the British army fight many of the important battles during the Revolutionary war. Battles in Trenton, Charleston,Yorktown and Germantown.The frame is an early 19th century frame cut and resized, sight size of the drawing is 5" x 5". A rare glimpse of our American history.
Early redware Turks Head bunt cake mold mid 19th century. In 30 some years Ive never seen a stamp impressed redware mold. Stamped with Pine trees probably for Christmas a very special piece. Possibly made in New Jersey. Large and heavy. 12' x 12" x 4 3/8" Rare for sure
Recently found here in New Jersey possibly made here or in PA. One of a pair of very early possibly 18th century redware mug in a barrel form. This form was used during the late 18th to early 19th century. THe form is found in most materials from silver,glass and pottery. This is about 3 inches tall with applied handle ,no damage just expected wear from use. 1 of a pair just found in Burlington Co. NJ the other is posted on OSJG
Early large redware bird toy whimsy. Made on the potters wheel but hand manipulated probably mid 19th century. Made from redware clay covered in a clear lead glaze incised details. 6" long, 3 3/4" tall . Great piece ,for similar pieces see the collection of PA German antiques in the Philadelphia Musuem of Arts publication or a variety of other books on the subject. Made in SW PA or MD. Perfect condition.
Small redware jar with incised decoration covered in a dark manganese glaze. About 7" tall no damage only a in making mark from touching another piece while being fired. Find another. Comes with a mis matched lid.
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