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William Henry Harrison Plates and Sugar Bowl, Plus
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
19th century. A group of four historical William Henry Harrison wares, including a pink transferware sugar bowl with lid decorated with portrait medallions and inscription Maj. Genl Harrison and with a depiction of Harrison's log cabin, marked Log Cabin on the underside, a light black transfer printed plate with a farmer plowing a field in front of a log cabin, marked on underside Columbian Star. / 444 / Octr 28th 1840 / Jn. Ridgway. and impressed John Ridgway, and two flint glass Harrison log cabin plates, PLUS a log cabin-shaped glass ink bottle, having a tooled lip and a number of architectural details including doors, windows, and shingles; sugar bowl ht. 6 in., transfer printed plate dia. 7.5 in.

Provenance:  
From the Estate of Kenneth Erwin, Portland, Michigan


Condition:  
Sugar bowl lid missing finial, chips and cracks to lid, rim and foot. Glass plates with chips and a small crack. Transfer printed plate with very small chip to foot. Log cabin ink bottle with small chip on lip and small hole on one corner.
Sold: $461.25
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