Five small Pennsylvania redware plates
Five small Pennsylvania redware plates, 19th c., attributed to Singer Pottery, with similar white slip squiggles and coggled rims, 5 1/4" dia. Provenance: Purchased from Brown Brothers Auction in the 1970's from the estate of Laura Swain who was Henry Mercer's housekeeper and who was given life rights to his home in Font Hill in Doylestown.
Two plates with small rim flakes.
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