Spongeware American and English

Rufus Foshee Antique Pottery
Typical Blue Spongeware Pitchers, 9", c. 1840-70
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Rufus Foshee Antique Pottery
Blue Spongeware Pitchers, 9", c. l840-70
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Rufus Foshee Antique Pottery
Salt-Glazed Pot with cover, Blue Sponging, c. l860
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Rufus Foshee Antique Pottery
Pot with bail, c. l840-60. A slightly smaller one below. These stack as shown together below.
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Rufus Foshee Antique Pottery
Slightly Smaller pot with bail, c. l840-60.
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Rufus Foshee Antique Pottery
There are at least five sizes, possibly more.
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Rufus Foshee Antique Pottery
While the teapots on left and right are typical ones, the miniature is very rare, c. l840-60
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Rufus Foshee Antique Pottery
Close up of miniature
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Rufus Foshee Antique Pottery
Very rare salt-glazed stoneware pitcher with sponging, 9 1/2", c. 1850.
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Rufus Foshee Antique Pottery
Pitcher, 9", c. l870
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Rufus Foshee Antique Pottery
Mixing bowl, 11 1/2", c. l860
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 Rufus Foshee Antiques
Camden ME 04843
P.O. Box 839
Ph: 207. 691. 7342
Email:
rufus@rufusfosheeantiques.com