ASSORTED ROCKINGHAM-GLAZED CERAMIC ARTICLES, LOT OF 16, mottled brown glaze, including four figural bisque pieces including two recumbent dogs and a buffalo, two flint enamel pieces including one curtain tie-back and an individual teapot, one rectangular name plate, five toy examples including a wash pitcher and basin set and three jugs/pitchers, and one urn-form toothpick holder. Together with a mottled blue glaze candlestick, embossed "Bennington Potters Reproductions / 902 bennington vermont". Seventeen (17) pieces total. Second half 19th to 21st century. 6 3/8" HOA.
Literature: Barret - Bennington Pottery and Porcelain, tie-back p. 136, pl. 200 A., C., and D., name plate parallels p. 138, pl. 203 A.
Ten undamaged, except some having minor scattered glaze wear from use; boot having an imperfection to toe, possibly as made; toy wash pitcher having hairline to lower handle terminal; tie-back having some professional restoration to shaft and one tip; tile having chip to base underside edge; teapot having some restoration to spout and cover, some flaking; octagonal paperweight having moderate chip to one side and some minute scattered flakes to top edge.
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From the William D. Annable estate, Oberlin, OH.