The village of Havana changed its name to Montour Falls in 1895, and the potting community included familiar names including Brewer, Whitman, Whittemore. A handful of wares marked Savage & Rogers are known from Havana and considered quite scarce; and those with Rogers name alone, very rare. See Internet for further information on the various Schuyler County makers. Front features a large Tulip with spotted leaves and blossom, artistically executed in very bold Brushed Cobalt.
The photos are probably the best description for this Keeper. Condition : Minor soiling and wear that would be expected for a 168yr-old piece of Stoneware, as shown; otherwise in Very Good Excellent condition with strong color, fine form and decoration.
Inherent surface and firing imperfections, including a glazed-over Iron ping (reverse) and kiln kiss below the flower, noted for descriptive accuracy. No cracks, repaired damage or restoration work. Displays brilliantly; highly-appropriate for the advanced collector. See photos for complete details and close-ups. Please consider them as part of the description.
Measures approximately 15"H x 9W overall with a base diameter of 7"; weighs 9.2 lbs. Good Luck, thanks for looking, and be sure to bookmark my Auctions, listed and ending daily. The item "Antique Stoneware Rare William Rogers 2G Jug with Cobalt Floral, Havana NY, c1850" is in sale since Friday, March 16, 2018.
This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & Dinnerware\Stoneware". The seller is "mgs1971" and is located in South Dartmouth, Massachusetts.This item can be shipped to United States.