Item/Auction Attributes

Possibly Salem or Alamance Co., North Carolina, or European.
Fourth quarter 18th/first quarter 19th century.
Excellent condition, 2 1/2" hairline off rim, shallow chip and flake to underside of rim, some expected light glaze wear/flaking at rim, and light wear to interior.
2 5/8" H, 13 1/4" D.
Provenance: From a Mid-Atlantic private collection. Jeffrey S. Evans (T/A GVA), 6/27/2008, lot 48. Greg K. Kramer & Co., Robesonia, PA.
Literature: Rear profile similar to Hunter/Beckerdite (eds.) - Ceramics in America 2010, "Slipware from the St. Asaph's Tradition" by Beckerdite/Brown/Carnes-McNaughton, p. 23, fig. 9; decoration parallels ibid., "Art in Clay: Masterworks of North Carolina Earthenware", p. 232, fig, 12 and p. 241, fig. 116.