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FOUR AMERICAN REDWARE PIECES.  Mid 19th century.
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FOUR AMERICAN REDWARE PIECES. Mid 19th century. Lidded pitcher with mottled brown glaze, 8.5"h., pitcher with orange and brown mottled glaze, 8.5"h.,...

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