SIGNED Antique Pennsylvania Redware Pottery Turks Head Mold c Late 1800's

SIGNED Antique Pennsylvania Redware Pottery - Turks Head Mold C Late 1800's

Sale price $140.00 Regular price $165.00


Product Description:  Long ago, steamed pudding was a popular dessert. This lovely, fluted redware Turks Head mold from the late 1800's feature a lovely orange-brown, pumpkin color glazed surface with small black speckles.  The bottom is unglazed and offers wonderful natural patina with a stamped signature.  In three areas; "KIR", "KIR" and "KIRK" are noticeable.  Although the stamp is not complete or worn, it appears to be the same style stamp as W. KIRK, (Winfield S. Kirk who worked for Sipe & Sons, Williamsport, PA in the late 1800's. The W may be worn or did not stamp properly during crafting this collectible.  The initial before Kirk, is no longer  visible. This collectible shows some age, surface wear and chips although this early beauty still displays beautifully.

Circa:  Most likely late 1800's.

Dimensions:  6 1/4" diameter base, 2 1/2" height (to top of fluted edge)

Product Weight:  2 pounds 2 ounces

Markings:  KIRK, KIR, KIR

Color:  pumpkin or reddish-orange and black

Material:  Redware, Glaze

Origin:  Pennsylvania

Condition:  Previously owned - used.  1" and 1/4" and smaller chips and roughness on fluted edge.  Glazing wear, scratches, crazing and small chips on interior. 

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