Description: SIGNED REDWARE PIE PLATE. Pennsylvania, mid 19th century. Green & yellow slipware tulips.
Impressed "J.L. Blaney, Cookstown, Pa".
Fayette County, Pennsylvania redware bowl, 19th c., signed by the maker Justus L. Blaney (Cookstown 1809-1875),
with slip star decoration, 4 1/4" h., 9 1/2" dia.
Garth's Sale 1122 Lot 285 Nov 28 2014. Sold for $4,800.00

Description: SIGNED REDWARE BOWL. Pennsylvania, mid 19th century.
Provenance: Bates House, Greenville, South Carolina, April 11, 1988.
The Collection of Ruth Bryson, Quarryville, Pennsylvania.
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium: $1,830 14 April 2018

Justus L. Blaney (1809-1875) was listed as a potter in Cookstown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, in 1850, but
by 1860, he was reduced to the job of "day laborer" in Meigs County, Ohio,
and then by 1870, had moved to Muskingum County, Ohio, and described himself as a "farm laborer."


Redware Pie Plate

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Redware Bowl

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