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19th Century American Sponge Ware Bake Dish / Pot


This fine example of 19th century sponge ware bake dish is in great as found condition. The rim has age wear but no chips or cracks throughout. Great crock for filling with seafood or beach party.


  • Condition
    Good. The condition is very good with crazing consistent from age and use..
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions

    H 3.5 in. x W 10.5 in. x D 10.5 in.

    H 8.89 cm x W 26.67 cm x D 26.67 cm

  • Seller location
    Los Angeles, CA
  • Seller reference number
    19Thc Sponge Ware Pottery Bake Dish
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