AMERICAN EARTHENWARE / REDWARE FAT LAMPS, LOT OF TWO, comprising one Albany-slip glazed single spout pan example raised on a thick, slightly conical stem and saucer base, with applied strap handle, and one diminutive copper- and lead-glazed example with central raised wick spout in pan, saucer base, and applied rounded handle to stem. Albany-slip glazed example attributed to Samuel Routson (1819-1882), Doylestown, Wayne Co., OH. First half 19th century. 3" and 4" HOA.
Literature: See Richmond - Equal in Goodness: Ohio Decorative Arts 1788-1860 exhibition catalogue, p. 68, figs. 99 for a nearly identical example from the collection of The Ohio Historical Society.
Mostly undamaged, except diminutive example having a minor chip to pan rim interior, possibly as made.
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From the William D. Annable estate, Oberlin, OH.