|A Sampling of Pottery Sold...
|Multi-glaze Egg Cup
Attrib. to Eberly, Strasburg, VA.
Note on bottom refers to it as a
"spill holder" (or match safe).
No cracks. Base chip.
Great color!! $675
Attrib to Schweinfurt or Coffman,
New Market VA. Approx 3/4 gallon.
2" rim hairline. 6¾ tall x 7"diam $95
Earthenware one gallon tankard /
pitcher attributed to S Bell & Son,
Strasburg, VA. NO cracks! Glaze
wear & small chips/flakes along rim
9¾ tall x 5½" diam bottom $1,950
|Multi-glaze Flower Pot
Attributed to S Bell & Son,
Strasburg, VA. Body is in very
good condition, saucer edges
broken. Great shelf piece!
8 1/2" tall $365
|"H J Miller & Co, Alexandria VA"
1 gallon decorated HJ Miller
Queensware crock. Tight short
hairline at rim, & 'ding' on rim with
|10" Stoneware Lid
Possibly NJ origin. Freehand
cobalt lines. 8¼" interior diameter.
Earthenware spittoon attributed to
Eberly, Strasburg, VA. Came from
the 1970s Eberly estate auction.
Great condition! Minor bottom
edge chips. 6¾ diam x 3¼" $1200
|Corker Attrib. Schweinfurt
RARE 1/2 gal. form attributed to
John George Schweinfurt, New
Market VA. Earthenware, crawling
on copper glaze. 8 3/8" tall $495
|Attrib. A. Keister, Strasburg VA
"4" gallon capacity mark. Triple
tulip decoration two sides.
No cracks, a few rim chips.
|Pitcher Attrib. Hickerson
1 1/2 gallon capacity mark,
attributed to Hickerson, Strasburg,
VA. Has what may be a firing crack
near the base. 12½" high
|Scarce "WB Kenner"!
1 gallon Strasburg, VA, stoneware
crock with strong mark. Great color
A few firing imperfections (see pics)
No cracks/chips. 9¼" tall $695
|"JH Sonner, Strasburg VA" Jug
One gallon stoneware jug by son
of potter Samuel Harrison Sonner.
Pottery by JH (James Henry) more
rare than his fathers'. No cracks,
minor wear. 11 1/2" tall $185
|"J BELL" Cake Mold
Marked on side, below rim.
Wonderful color. Manganese rim
decoration. No cracks. Normal
signs of use. 8½" diam x 3½" high
John Bell, Waynesboro, PA $875
|Assorted Redware Crocks
Glazed (bottom pic) & unglazed
(top) approximately 1 gallon, or less
No cracks, but a couple small chips
|5 Gallon "S Bell & Son"
Wonderful blue decoration on this
signed 'S Bell & Son, Strasburg,
VA' crock! Has a crack on the
'back' side. 10" diameter x 15¼"tall
|Scarce "WB Kenner" Crock
Hard to find Strasburg, VA, mark!
1½ gallon capacity mark.
Rim chips, but no cracks.
9¼" diameter x 8" high $450
|"J Eberly, Strasburg, VA"
Signed 1½ gallon bean pot. Usual
Range in size from 1¾ to 2¾" tall
Left to right: squat thrown
stoneware, conical thrown
stoneware & molded 'spittoon' form
Virtually perfect! $115 each
|Stoneware Jar Lid
Attributed to Samuel Bell,
Winchester, VA ca 1833-40. An
identical lid is known that is marked
"S Bell". Hard to find!!
3½" diameter x 1½" high $85
|Small Churn Lid
Only 5" diameter! Valley of VA
Couple chips on top & side.
|4 Gallon "Solomon Bell"
Strasburg, VA. Large & highly
decorated, both sides. Number '4'
capacity mark AND 4 slash marks
under maker mark. No cracks,
chips along handles. 14" $845
|Pan / Bowl - Attrib to Hickerson
One gallon stoneware bowl.
Capacity mark like Hickerson's of
Strasburg, VA. No cracks, has the
expected wear. (snake skin was
removed) 6½high x 8¾"dia $110
|Pan / Bowl - Half Gallon
Small stoneware bowl, unmarked.
Rim chips, no cracks. Medium to
dark brown color. Possibly Valley
of Virginia. 5¼ high x 8" diameter
|"Winchester Potteries" Vase
The Round Hill Pottery's apple
mark, circa 1930-33, was used to
market the wares at Apple Blossom
festival .10" tall earthenware vase
has a copper, manganese & lead
glazewhich gives it a dark green
color.Has a 'ping' on one side.$475
|SPRING HOLLOW ANTIQUES
322 South Main Street
Woodstock, VA 22664
540-459-3946 (11-5 pm EST please)
|"The Pottery of the Shenandoah
Valley Region," H.E. Comstock
Very good to excellent condition.
Only apology is lack of dust cover.
This is THE book on Valley pottery!
|Signed "Solomon Bell,
Strasburg VA" 1 Gallon
Three cobalt swags around the
shoulder. A pop out by the mark.
Short 2" hairline at rim.
|Signed 'S Bell & Son'
Multi-glaze 'S.Bell & Son,
Strasburg, VA' approx. half gallon
crock with repairs. Restorer left the
hole in the bottom...
7¼ high x 5" diameter. $675
|Redware Tube Cake Mold
Double lead glaze with yellow and
greenish spotting inside & out.
Tight hairline one side (shown).
Similar to New Market VA but likely
MD/PA origin. 8" diam $295
|Quart Earthenware Crock
Attributed to Suter or Coffman,
Rockingham Co., VA. Lead- &
manganese-glazed inside/out. Rim
chip & wear, no cracks. 5 3/8" tall x
5 ¼" diameter $135
|Signed "J M Hickerson,
Strasburg, VA" 2 Gallon
Slightly ovoid stoneware crock.
No cracks, chips on rim & at base.
About 10" tall. $295
|4 Gallon Star Mark Hickerson
Hard to find mark! "J M Hickerson,
Strasburg, Virginia" with six-point
star below name. Couple short
spider cracks, some not thru.
14" tall x 10¼" diam $625
|Signed "Geo W Miller,
Strasburg VA" 1 Gallon
has a 1 gal. capacity mark.