Antique Redware: 12.75" Slip-Decorated Charger w/ Yellow Slip, CT or PA, ca.1840

A large, slip-decorated American Redware Charger, 12-3/4" Diameter, Northeastern US origin, probably CT (Norwalk) or PA, ca.1840. Slab-molded, concave form with coggled rim. Decorated with a "Looping Line" design in bright Yellow Slip over a Rusty-Orange, lead-glazed ground. The base is unglazed.

Condition: Professional repair to a crescent-shaped section, including small area of surface restoration at one loop, as shown. Expected utilitarian wear on base and rim (shallow chips) from use and handling. Light utensil marks and glaze wear (inner base) and age-appropriate crazing on Yellow Slip noted (see close-ups). A large example that will display brilliantly in your Primitive or Country setting. See photos for complete details; please consider them as part of the description. Impressive size and decoration; measures 12-3/4"W x 1-3/4"H overall. Weighs 3lb 10oz!

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