Bennington slipware pottery spittoon. Vermont, late 19th century. Measures 12 inches across by 6.5 inches high. Excellent condition apart from a slight rim chip beneath the inside opening which is not outwardly visible.
Five gallon stoneware jug stamped Demelman, Fuchs & Co. / 6 Broad St. Boston. The company was a wholesale liquor supplier in Boston circa 1880. Very good condition with a few chips on the neck rim. Height is 19.75".
Japanese studio pottery set of 8 celadon glazed dinner plates. Artisan's signature on bottom of each plate. Diameter 10.75 inches. Perfect condition.
J. Fisher and Co. Lyons, NY, stoneware 3 gallon jug. 19th century. Very good condition. One surface flake, no cracks or lines. Measures 16 inches high. Lovely blue tulip decoration on front.
Wood and Caldwell Staffordshire pearlware pitcher circa 1810. Blue ground with relief molded dogs and horses in a landscape with purple luster accents. Measures 4.25" high x 6.5" wide.