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2 Southern Alkaline Glaze Stoneware Jugs
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2 Southern Alkaline Glaze Stoneware Jugs Pair of Georgia alkaline glaze drip stoneware jars, possibly White Co., GA. The angled rims, handles, and gallon... [this item is NOT for sale]

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  • 2 Southern Alkaline Glaze Stoneware Jugs
    Pair of Georgia alkaline glaze drip stoneware jars, possibly White Co., GA. The angled rims, handles, and gallon capacity script indicate the same potter. 1st item - Dark ... [more like this]
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  • Two Alkaline-Glazed Stoneware Jugs Southern,
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  • 3 Southern Stoneware Pottery Forms Grouping
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  • Southern stoneware pitcher and jug Catawba
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  • Southern stoneware jugs Burlon Craig Vale
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  • Southern stoneware poultry waterer and jug
    Upcountry South Carolina circa 1900 jug Johnson poultry waterer with rich alkaline glaze having hand-formed knob top above single cobalt ring decoration leading down to bell ... [more like this]
  • TN Harmon Pottery Jar & Southern Pottery
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  • Southern stoneware canning jar and two jugs
    first quarter 20th centurycanning jar with single handle decorated with modified Albany slip, H8 1/2";jug with elongated ovoid one gallon form decorated with alkaline glaze, ... [more like this]
  • Alkaline glaze stoneware ovoid jug, well
    potted with applied strap handle, glossy medium olive alkaline glaze, Southern, maker unknown, 12-1/4 in. Small rim chip, 1/2 in. surface chip on shoulder, otherwise good ... [more like this]
  • Rare Southern Edgefield District stoneware
    jug Dave South Carolina circa 1863 rich alkaline glaze with double ring tooled spout aside thick pulled and applied strap handle terminating in thumb impression attached to ... [more like this]
  • Alkaline glaze stoneware ovoid jug, double
    strap handles, mottled brown and green glaze, Southern, maker unknown, 19th century, 17-1/4 in. Partially underfired, chip and crack at foot. Granny Warren, Candler, North ... [more like this]
  • Southern slave-made stoneware jug Dave Edgefield
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  • Walter Fleming stoneware face pitcher North
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  • Two Southern stoneware churns and Georgia
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  • Southern stoneware Charles Lisk Vale North
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  • Three Pieces of Southern Stoneware salt
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