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Price Realized: 1,035.00
| Lot#: || 206 |
| Description: || CUT OPPOSING FLUTES QUART PITCHER / JUG |
CUT OPPOSING FLUTES QUART PITCHER / JUG, colorless, barrel form with additional cut notches on the neck, bold applied hollow handle, and polished pontil mark. Attributed to John and Craig Ritchie's Wheeling Flint Glass Works, Wheeling, VA (now WV). 1835-1840. 7 3/8" HOA, 4" D rim, 3 1/8" D base.
Literature: Oglebay - Wheeling, p. 28, fig. 27.
Provenance: Collection of Mimi and Fred Reed, State College, PA.
Catalogue Note: This quart jug is identical to the cream jug in the Oglebay Institute Glass Museum. The creamer descended directly in the Ritchie family and was donated to the museum by Charlotte Claypool, a great-granddaughter of Craig Ritchie, Jr.
| Estimate: || 200.00 - 400.00 |
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| Name || May 19, 2012: 18th & 19th c. Glass & Lighting |
| Date(s) || Saturday, May 19, 2012 |
| Location || 2177 Green Valley Lane |
Mt. Crawford, VA
| Buyer Premium || 15% |
| Auction Notice ||Prices include 15% Buyer's Premium. Note: Lots 1000-1004 were uncatalogued box lots. No images or descriptions are available. |
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