DESCRIPTION Early Bennington mark: Luman Norton and son, Julius, worked together 1833 to 1838. As with all Bennington stoneware, very nicely potted; excellent quality decoration; very dynamic ovoid form. CONDITION Chip on the back probably from manufacture. Shallow rim chip; small firing flaw under the strap handle.Please call the shop for concise in-hand condition reports. Please read the entire ad carefully, especially the condition report. Your mistake-- NEVER AGAIN AT THIS SHOP. Headsup Rug shoppers-- We shoot everything in indirect natural light to give the best approximation of reality. " But understand that "color is a subjective thing completely dependent on quality and intensity of light.
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As a rule lighter and brighter rugs work better in lower light situations. Darker rugs work better in brighter light. I pledge to be prompt, polite, considerate, and conscientious about communication both before and after the sale. The item "Early Period Bennington Ovoid Stoneware c.1830s" is in sale since Saturday, October 3, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Crocks". The seller is "montaine-antiques" and is located in Florissant, Missouri. This item can be shipped to United States.