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American Redware Crock
19th Century.  Manganese
© KEN FARMER AUCTIONS & APPRAISALS, Radford, VA, USA

American Redware Crock 19th Century. Manganese glaxed with applied handles. Some speckling in glaze. 1 1/2 chip under rim. Possibly Catawba Valley,...

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