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STAMPED "P", MAULDEN PERINE, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE CAKE CROCK, salt-glazed, approximately half-gallon capacity, truncated cylindrical form with squared rim, applied tab handles, and incised ring above base. Brushed cobalt angled dropped flower and leaf decoration to each side, additional cobalt at handle terminals.

Condition: Having an approximately 1 1/2" long flake to rim interior, a faint base hairline primarily visible to interior, and a moderate chip to one handle.

Circa : Circa 1850.

Item Dimensions: 4" H, 8 1/4" D rim.

Provenance : From the private collection of Sarah Donnelly, Esmont, VA.

Estimate : 100 - 200

Attribution : The pottery of Maulden Perine & Co., Baltimore, MD.

Catalog Note : Literature: Parallels Kille - "Distinguishing Marks and Flowering Designs: Baltimore's Utilitarian Stoneware Industry", Ceramics in America 2005, p. 109, fig. 34 for a churn bearing identical decoration incised with the address of Perine's pottery.
Catalogue Note: To our knowledge, this is the only recorded piece having the stamped "P" mark.
STAMPED "P", MAULDEN PERINE, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DECORATED STONEWARE CAKE CROCK
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Minimum Bid: $50.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $372.00
Estimate: $100.00 - $200.00
Number Bids:15