ASSORTED ROCKINGHAM-GLAZED POTTERY TABLE ARTICLES, LOT OF NINE, mottled brown glaze, comprising four pepper pots including one having flint enamel glaze with blue accents and concave panelled sides, one elongated ovoid-form example, and two baluster-form examples, and five open salts including three footed forms, one with decorative medial molded gadroon band. One salt having incised "S.I.B. / No 5. / N." to underside, otherwise unmarked. 19th century. 5 1/4" HOA.
Three salts and two pepper pots mostly undamaged, except pepper examples having a few minute flakes adjacent to holes; one footed salt with flake to foot underside and one with flake to rim; one baluster-form pepper with painted over chip to foot and a minor chip to neck flange and one with chip to neck flange.
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From the William D. Annable estate, Oberlin, OH.