Early 19th Century Pennsylvania RedwareRegular price$120 Sale price
Antique Pennsylvania Redware is the oldest, most varied, and most used of all of the potteries that have been made in America up until the industrial revolution.
Glazes were used to make redware waterproof and impervious to liquids. Interiors of the pieces were dipped or painted with a glaze after the first firing, and then fired in the kiln a second time. The result was a shiny, smooth surface which could hold liquids.
9.5"Dia. x 8"H