Stoneware and salt glaze with iron and cobalt oxide glazes
12.1 × 8.9 × 12.7 cm (4 3/4 × 3 12 × 5 in.)
Wilson L. Mead Fund; Stanley and Polly Stone Endowment
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Frances McQueeney–Jones Mascolo, “For Kith and Kin: The Folk Art Collection at the Art Institute of Chicago,” Antiques and The Arts Weekly (August, 2012), 1, 30–1,
Samuel Parker (1779-1866). By direct descent to a family member, Montclair, NJ; sold to a private collector by 2007; with The Stradlings, New York, NY, by 2007; sold to the Art Institute of Chicago, 2007.
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