Important American Stoneware Auction

Important American Stoneware Auction

From January 15, 2011 to January 22, 2011

On January 22, 2011, 103 pieces of important American stoneware are being sold at Sotheby’s Americana auction in New York City. These pieces have not been shown to the public in over 20 years. Included in this auction are the famous and unique Norton jug with a remarkable horse (at the time of purchase it set a record as the highest price paid for American stoneware) and a heart shaped inkwell attributed to Crolius or Remy from lower Manhattan in the 18th century.

The online catalog will be available at Sotheby’s website around January 27 or several days later. One can request this online catalog from Leslie Keno .

The auction starts at 10 AM on Jan 22


1334 York Avenue at 72nd St
New York, NY 10021 

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