AUCTION 39 – SPRING 2015

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Stoneware

SW001 Morton Brantford CW Face Crock

Minimum Bid: $5000

Range:$8000-10000

Sold: $7000

Justus Morton established Brantford's first stoneware pottery in 1849. He ran his pottery in Brantford Canada West from 1849-1856. He must have done a good business, because many of his crocks line collectors shelves today. Most Morton & Co stoneware is decorated with a simple flower design. This remarkable face is something exceptional for Morton and very rare for Canadian stoneware generally. The face design is centred in a floral frame. The expression is wry with just a hint of a smile. The design is well rendered in rich blue glaze. This small one gallon jug is 11 1/4" tall. There is a crack through the handle and a second hairline that runs around about two thirds of the neck. A rare and important piece of Canadian stoneware. One of the best we have offered.

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SW002 Eby Pitcher

Minimum Bid: $3000

Range:$4000-6000

Sold: Not

Last auction, we sold an Eby sugar bowl that caused quite a stir. Strong market prices have the effect of bringing to light other great finds. This pitcher is one such find. Picked in the Kitchener/Waterloo area. This is a small pitcher, probably a 1/2 gal, standing 6 1/4" tall. The decoration is both unique and dramatic for Ontario redware. We have shown this piece to a number of experts in the field with mixed results. Some think it is definitely Eby Markham, others suspect it is Pennsylvania German and brought into the region by settlers. I believe this is an Eby pitcher based on the form, glaze and type of clay. I was fortunate to have an Eby plate in this same sale. If you compare the glazes, they are very similar, in places quite identical. Both pieces have some light chipping and the clay looks the same. See the last photo to judge for yourself. Eby worked in both orange and dark green glazes. While the design on this pitcher is unique, the glazes used are quite consistent with Eby's known work. Finally, the American collectors I consulted were unable to produce any similar pieces with everyone admitting the design is something really different. There is a crack that runs around the base edge and over the base on one corner. This has been well stabilized and the piece is fuly intact and solid. There is some chipping to the mouth edge. The handle is perfect and the glaze is excellent. A museum quality piece and something for the collector who wants the best.

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SW003 Eby Plate

Minimum Bid: $600

Range:$1000-1200

Sold: $1650

This is the first time we have sold a classic Eby Markham redware plate with cherry design. These are tough to find! This one is in excellent condition with only a few old rim chips and a couple of scrapes on the face. You will wait a long time to find one better.

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SW004 Eby Pitcher

Minimum Bid: $2000

Range:$3000-4000

Sold: Not

This Eby Markham pitcher has a beautiful form and great glaze. The colours are a wonderful contrast with the dark brown splotch over a rich deep pink. The glaze is thick with a high gloss. Excellent condition with two thin 1/4" flakes and a few flea bites out of the rim. Honest wear from use. 8" tall. A rare and desirable piece of Eby pottery.

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SW005 J & WO Brown - Toronto

Minimum Bid: $3000

Range:$5000-6000

Sold: $5700

John Brown made his mark potting in Bowmanville as both a modeller and for his experimenting with clays. He famously received a patent in 1859, from none other than Sir John A. Macdonald (then Attorney-General for Ontario) for his use of local clays and unique glazes. Plate 35A in Collard's Nineteenth-Century Pottery and Porcelain in Canada shows an example of a large spaniel shaped bank marked on the base. J. & W.O Brown 1859. Joseph & William Brown were two of John Brown's sons, who were potters in Toronto. This is an impressively large piece, standing 13 1/2" tall. A terrific example of the moulder's art. The details in the fur are really quite something. Some heavy flaking off the inside base edge has been professionally stabilized. A few spots on the head and body where the glaze has chipped. Overall excellent condition. An important piece of redware from one of Ontario's early and innovative potting families.

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SW006 Hart Bros & Lazier - Belleville

Minimum Bid: $1000

Range:$1500-2000

Sold: $1000

Outstanding 6 gal Hart Bros & Lazier Belleville butter churn. Crocks from HB & L with bird designs are relatively common, but the bird is usually solo or with a bit of blue flourish. This decoration of a bird on a stump is very rare and possibly unique. This churn had a long crack in the rear. The rust ring you can see is the remains of a wire, tied around the crock to hold it together. We had the crack professionally restored and the photos show the excellent job done. Otherwise this churn was in excellent shape with no damage to the rim or the handles. This is a beautiful crock with a great design.

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SW007 Skinner - Picton CW

Minimum Bid: $750

Range:$1200-1500

Sold: Not

A 3 gal cream crock from Skinner Picton Canada West with rare tree design. 9" crack in rear. Perfect rim and handles. A handsome piece with the damage at the back.

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SW008 Switzer - Palermo CW

Minimum Bid: $500

Range:$800-1000

Sold: $500

A 2 gal cream crock from H.M. Switzer of Palermo Canada West. Palermo is now part of the town of Oakville. This crock was made by the Hart Potteries, either in NY or Picton. The condition is very good. The darker colour splotches are from the contents seeping through the clay. This could be removed with proper treatment. There is a tight cross of hairlines just to the right of the blue design. There is a 1" hairline beneath the right handle. There are a number of small chips off the sharp rim and two off the left handle on the underside. This description makes the condition sound far worse than is warranted. This is a great early piece with a small town mark that is seldom seen.

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SW009 Skinner - Picton CW

Minimum Bid: $400

Range:$700-800

Sold: Not

A 2 gal jug from Skinner Picton CW. Gorgeous decoration with the measure incorporated into the flower. Poorly replaced handle that could be done properly. Otherwise excellent.

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SW010 Picton CW

Minimum Bid: $300

Range:$500-600

Sold: $400

A sweet 1 gal jug from Picton Canada West. A single flower in blue. Likely Skinner, but possibly an early Lazier. Near mint. 1" flake off base edge front. A couple of large drops of glaze on the face.

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SW011 Hart Bros & Lazier - Belleville

Minimum Bid: $300

Range:$500-600

Sold: $400

A beautiful 3 gal butter crock from Hart Bros & Lazier of Belleville. The striking flower design is one I had not seen before. Near mint condition with only minor imperfections.

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SW012 Hart Bros & Lazier - Belleville

Minimum Bid: $300

Range:$500-600

Sold: Not

A 5 gal butter crock from Hart Bros & Lazier of Belleville. Another beautiful and unusual flower decoration. Compare with the previous lot. Near mint condition with only minor imperfections.

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SW013 Owen Sound Pitcher

Minimum Bid: $200

Range:$300-400

Sold: $200

A sweet small size 5 7/8" tall pitcher from the Owen Sound Pottery Co. See plate 9.3 in Newlands for the same form. Like the one in Newlands, this little pitcher has a pattern of vertical bars around the mouth and base edge skirt. Fabulous Bennington type glaze. Some chipping right around the thin mouth edge, but otherwise clean. The markings on the base are curious and may have been meant to convey the provenance of the piece.

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SW014 Hart Picton CW

Minimum Bid: $200

Range:$300-400

Sold: Not

A 2 gal cream crock from W. Hart & Co Picton Canada West. A bold broad example of the Hart banner design. Some nice blue spatter on the side. Good looking piece with some damage. Tight 7" hairline down the right side of the design front. Two 1/4" chips off the left handle and one 1/4" chip off the right. 1" deep chip off the base edge front left, that was likely in-manufacture. Looks better than the condition report reads.

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SW015 S Hart

Minimum Bid: $150

Range:$200-300

Sold: $210

This 1 gal jug from Samuel Hart has great form and a super design in blue. This is an American crock, though Samuel Hart had a close connection with his family's operation in Picton. 1" flake off the inside of the handle where it connects to the body, likely in-manufacture. Otherwise near mint.

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SW016 Hudson's Bay Co - Nelson

Minimum Bid: $500

Range:$800-1000

Sold: $1250

Marked jugs from the Hudson Bay Company are rare and highly collectible. This beautiful Nelson BC example is probably a 1 1/2 imp gal size. 12 1/2" tall. Mint condition. Has a length of old cord still attached. Found in a shed recently in BC. Fresh to market.

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SW017 Smith - West Selkirk

Minimum Bid: $200

Range:$300-400

Sold: $700

A sweet 1/2" gal jug from Murdoch Smith of West Selkirk Manitoba. 9 1/2" tall. There are no examples of stoneware from this merchant in George Chopping's bible "Bottles of the Canadian Prairies". 5x sm chips in the sharp shoulder edge. A beautiful and rare Manitoba jug.

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SW018 Glass - Port Hope

Minimum Bid: $250

Range:$400-500

Sold: $410

A scarce 3 gal butter crock from George Glass, groceries crockery etc, from Port Hope. A tight 3" hairline cross left side. A bit of stain from the butter. Overall excellent condition and a rare find from Port Hope.

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SW019 Drake - South Cayuga

Minimum Bid: $250

Range:$400-500

Sold: $325

A 4 gal butter crock from Nelson Drake general merchant South Cayuga Ontario. South Cayuga is on Lake Erie about halfway between Port Colborne and Port Dover. Welding flower design. Excellent condition. 1/2" rim flake front. 1/2" chip off the left handle. A few stains from the butter seeping through.

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SW020 Lake - Toronto

Minimum Bid: $250

Range:$400-500

Sold: $850

A beautiful big 5 gal crock from W.H. Lake Toronto. An amazing Brantford Potteries decoration from either Welding or Welding & Belding. Near mint condition, which is quite something given this piece's impressive size.

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SW021 McKay Bros - Georgetown

Minimum Bid: $200

Range:$300-400

Sold: $275

A huge six gal butter crock from McKay Bros of Georgetown, Ontario. Welding flower design.10" crack down from the right side handle. Otherwise excellent with a good clean glaze and perfect handles and rim.

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SW022 Ireland - Mount Forest

Minimum Bid: $150

Range:$200-300

Sold: $220

A great looking 5 gal butter crock from The Star Grocery & China Hall, J.S. Ireland Mount Forest. Welding flower design. When we got this piece it was badly cracked. We had it stabilized and restored. Displays near mint. Nice looking piece with an interesting mark.

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SW023 McKay - Milton 1/4 gal

Minimum Bid: $500

Range:$800-1000

Sold: $1300

This is a terrifc little 1/4 gal from Milton with a whopping seven lines of writing. This tiny crock is just 7" tall and quite narrow in form. Near mint condition with a 1/2" flat flake out of the inside rim at the rear. Lots of great text on this one with "Noted Cheap Cash Store" and the full names of the two brothers in business. There was no "& Co" with these fellows. A small king of quarter gallons. Great piece.

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SW024 Redware Bottle

Minimum Bid: $200

Range:$300-400

Sold: $230

In our last auction we had a redware bottle we maintain was made in soutwestern Ontario, because a small number were found by a diver in London. This bottle is of the same type. This example is very thin walled. The attractive glaze is a fairly uniform yellow green tone with a black fleck. Small blob on this one. 6" tall. Near mint.

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SW025 McElderry - Guelph 1/4 gal

Minimum Bid: $250

Range:$400-500

Sold: $250

A fat bodied 1/4 gal from J.E. McElderry Guelph. 8" tall. Professionally replaced handle. Overall stain to the body. The stamp is a bit weak. A rare 1/4 from this scarce Guelph merchant.

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SW026 Rennels - Halifax

Minimum Bid: $150

Range:$200-300

Sold: $150

A 3/4" imperial gal jug from Wm Rennels Halifax NS. Note the "Jericho Warehouse". Port Dunda Glasgow potter's mark. Lovely strap handle. Near mint condition.

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SW027 Jackson & Hallett - Guelph

Minimum Bid: $150

Range:$200-300

Sold: $210

A tall thin 1/4 gal jug from Jackson & Hallett Guelph. 9 1/8" tall. 1/2" deep flake off the lip front. Very clean example.

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SW028 Brown Bros - Peterboro

Minimum Bid: $150

Range:$200-300

Sold: $240

A beautiful broad 1/2 gal jug from Brown Bros of Peterboro. Great glaze on this one. Mint condition.

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SW029 Calder - Magnetewan

Minimum Bid: $150

Range:$200-300

Sold: $550

A broad shouldered 1/2 gal jug from Wm Calder of Magnetewan Ontario. 9 1/2" tall. Magnetewan is north of Gravenhurst about halfway to North Bay Ontario. Mint condiion. Note the missing "T" from "Merchant". A scarce small town piece.

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SW030 Maclennan - Maclennan

Minimum Bid: $150

Range:$200-300

Sold: $150

A beautiful fat 1/2 gal jug from Murdock Maclennan & Co Maclennan Ontario. 9 3/8" tall. Maclennan Ontario is up towards Sault Ste-Marie. Near mint with a 1/4" flake off the lip right side. A rare piece from a tiny place.

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SW031 Moffatt - Kincardine

Minimum Bid: $100

Range:$150-200

Sold: $130

A 1/2 gal tomato jar from John Moffatt Kincardine Ontario. 9" tall. Excellent condition with a bit of stain left side and a thin 1/2" base edge flake.

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SW032 Massie - Guelph

Minimum Bid: $75

Range:$100-150

Sold: $75

A 1/2 gal jug from James Massie & Co Guelph. This is an early crock. Massie operated in Guelph from 1863-79. This is likely one of his earlier pieces, circa 1865. Crudely replaced handle. Two 4" hairlines rear under the handle. A bit of overall stain.

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SW033 Templeton - Belleville

Minimum Bid: $100

Range:$150-200

Sold: $100

A lovely little 1/2 gal jar from John Templeton Belleville. 6 3/4" tall. Near mint. Great glaze on this one with lots of variation.

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SW034 Templeton - Belleville

Minimum Bid: $100

Range:$150-200

Sold: Not

A sweet 1/2 gal tomato jar from John Templeton Belleville. 8 3/4" tall. Near mint. The mate to the previous lot. A perfect pair.

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SW035 Genest - St Henrie

Minimum Bid: $100

Range:$150-200

Sold: Not

A 1/2" gal open mouth crock from LT Genest St. Henrie Quebec. A scarce small town crock in a great glossy brown glaze. Large 1" chip in the rear rim and a number of smaller flakes. 2" tight hairline in the rim rear. This is a good looking sm scarce crock.

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SW036 Rettenmier - Duart

Minimum Bid: $100

Range:$150-200

Sold: $150

A 1 gal butter crock from Rettenmier Bros Duart, Ontario. Duart is in SW Ontario near Chatham-Kent. Great chocolate glaze. Tight hairline across the base that is hard to see. Otherwise perfect. A rare small town piece.

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SW037 Moreland

Minimum Bid: $100

Range:$150-200

Sold: $100

Moreland crocks from Ottawa are quite scarce. I had only ever seen 1/4 gal tea style crocks before this one. This Moreland is a tomoto jar or oyster style. I would call this one a small 1/2" gal at 8" tall. Near mint with only the tiniest imperfections.

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SW038 Bate

Minimum Bid: $75

Range:$100-150

Sold: $130

An interesting Bate & Co Ottawa. This is likely an imperial 1/4" gal. Tall at 9 1/4" and slender. Great glaze on this jug. It would have been a standard chocolate brown, but overheating in the kiln has made parts almost black and others a yellow colour. Lots of character to this one. Near mint.

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SW039 Three Mugs

Minimum Bid: $75

Range:$100-150

Sold: $120

This lot has three small pottery mugs in different colours. 3 1/2" tall. Clearly the same maker. Hard to tell if these are stoneware or redware. The yellow and dark brown ones look to be redware, but the orange brown one looks more like stoneware. Great glazes on these. The orange brown one is badly cracked but intact. The yellow one has a 3" tight hariline and a 1/2" base edge chip that has been poorly filled. The dark brown is near mint. You rarely see mugs like these, much less a set of three different.

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SW040 Nova Scotia Redware

Minimum Bid: $50

Range:$75-100

Sold: $75

I cannot say enough about this tiny redware jar. This is clearly a Nova Scotia redware crock based on the glaze. It is the tiniest redware crock I have seen, barely the size of a coffee mug at just 4 1/2" tall. The ginger beer bottle shows you the relative size. A beautiful little redware jar in mint condition.

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SW041 Redware Bottle

Minimum Bid: $50

Range:$75-100

Sold: $50

This redware bottle was dug in Guelph. It is a small pint 6 3/4" tall. Note the upside down V mark. Very rough dug condition. See the photos. Almost certainly a Kit/Wat area piece of pottery and an early one.

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SW042 Chimney Cap

Minimum Bid: $25

Range:$50-75

Sold: Not

I love strange old things. This lid appears to be some kind of chimney cap. Note the char on the underside. More importantly, note the 1886 date marked on the underside rim. 10 1/2" in diameter. A great conversation piece.

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SW043 Redware Pitcher

Minimum Bid: $500

Range:$800-1000

Sold: Not

This beautiful redware pitcher comes from a consignor in Manitoba. It has no provenance, as it was bought at a sale there. The form, style and glaze is definitely Germanic and North-American. It is difficult to say if this pitcher is Ontario-made or from Pennsylvania in the USA, as both areas have similar potting traditions. It measures 7 5/8" tall. The form is quite bulbous and pleasing. The glaze is a deep orange with brown splotch. There is a slightly metallic finish to the glaze. There is some chipping to the lip edge and a spot about the size of a quarter of glaze loss on one side. The piece is solid and free of cracks. We cannot say with certainty that this is Ontario redware, but it has the right look and feel. Let the photos and your experience be your guide.

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