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JUGTOWN Five items, most from 1990, three
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JUGTOWN Five items, most from 1990, three by Vernon Owens: two bowls in Chinese glaze; vase in oxblood; small pitcher in blue glaze (Attr. to Vernon Owens);...

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  • Four pieces North Carolina pottery: Jugtown
    orange glazed pitcher, marked "Jugtown Ware", 6-1/4 in., [minor chips and surface abrasions]; Jugtown lidded orange glazed casserole, some green speckling, marked "Jugtown ... [more like this]
  • NC Pottery Bowl, Jugtown, Jugtown, flared
    oriental bowl w/tapering form, footed earthenware w/rich white glaze, bottom w/impressed "Jugtown" stamp. - 4.5"h x 10 1/8"w - No condition problems. From a private ... Estimate: ... [more like this]
  • Jugtown Ware 3 3/4" Cabinet Vase - Mint Jugtown
    Ware cabinet vase. Marked with impressed Jugtown Ware stamp. Mint. 3 3/4" tall. ... [more like this]
  • Jugtown Ware (North Carolina) Flared Bowl North
    Carolina Jugtown Ware flared bowl. Finished in semi-gloss olive green glaze with a mottled yellow and brown effect. Stamped Jugtown Ware. There is a narrow bruise to the base ... [more like this]
  • Seven pieces Jugtown pottery: orange-glazed
    lidded teapot, 7-1/2 in., with matching 4 in. creamer and 4-3/4 in. lidded sugar, teapot with spout wear and rim chips, creamer with rim chips, sugar lid with large rim chip, ... [more like this]
  • Jugtown folk art whirligig, potter turning
    pottery churn, painted wood, ceramic, wire, marked on side "Jugtown NC", marked on bottom "Bought at Jugtown N.C. 1995", 23 x 24 in. Minor paint losses. ... [more like this]
  • Two pieces Jugtown pottery: black-glazed
    vase, two loop handles, base with Jugtown Ware mark, 1920s/1930s, 6-3/4 in., scattered surface abrasions and light crazing ; dish with blue glaze, impressed Jugtown Ware mark, ... [more like this]
  • JUGTOWN / PISGAH FOREST Jugtown two-handled
    frog skin vase, Pisagh Forest baluster vase with turquoise glaze and A.R. Cole two-handled urn. Jugtown: 10 3/8" x 7 1/2" ... [more like this]
  • Seven Jugtown Figurals, 1980s Six pieces
    salt glazed, two frogs, (4.5" x 6.5" and 3.25" x 3"); one bird perched on a tree stump, (4.5" x 5.5"); one squirrel eating an acorn, (3.5" x 2"); two bunnies, (2.75" x 1.75", ... [more like this]
  • Jugtown Chinese Blue Persian Jar circa 1930s,
    outstanding example of the work and vision at early Jugtown and a rare form, rich red in strong contrast with the blue, making this a remarkable tribute to the Chinese Blue ... [more like this]
  • NC Pottery, Jugtown & Ben Owen Master Potter,
    24pc tobacco spit glaze, four BOMP dinner plates, (10"); four BOMP cup & saucers; four BOMP bowls with dome lids; four Jugtown mugs; one large lidded BOMP bean pot, (7" x ... [more like this]
  • Two Pieces Jugtown Chinese Blue Pottery:
    (Moore County, North Carolina, circa 1930s)¬† blue and red glaze, yellow and purple speckling, wide low shoulder form¬† vase, straight neck, 5-1/4 in. ; runny mottled blue ... [more like this]
  • Grp: 2 Ben Owen Master Potter Jugtown "Frogskin"
    Pottery NC: Ben Owen (American, 1904-?) for Jugtown Pottery, North Carolina, USA. Group of two art pottery hand thrown vessels glazed and thrown by Ben Owen, ca. 1960s, including ... [more like this]
  • Jugtown Pottery NC Old Chinese Blue Oxblood
    Vase: Jugtown Pottery, North Carolina, USA. Art pottery Asian-influenced turquoise and oxblood red glazed vase, hand thrown by master potter Ben Owen. Impressed "Jugtown ... [more like this]
  • NC Pottery Gourd Vase, Jugtown, salt glazed
    with white slip from the rim downwards, 1940-1950s, bottom w/circular Jugtown stamp, original firing line around the footed base. - 7.25"h Estimate: 250.00 - 350.00 ... [more like this]
  • NC Pottery Jugtown "Dogwood" Vase, Chinese
    blue glaze, so named for the blossom-like applied handles, overall mottled turquoise blue glaze, bottom w/circular impressed Jugtown stamp. - 7.5"h Estimate: 300.00 - 400.00 ... [more like this]
  • NC Pottery Jugtown, Four Folded Edge Bread
    Trays, all appear to be very early pieces, the clay full of impurities and the glaze spotted, all w/circular Jugtown stamp on bottom. - 1.5"h x 10.75"l - in general the condition ... [more like this]
  • NC Pottery Vase, Jugtown Pottery att. Vernon
    Owens 1960's, double handled form, salt glazed decorated w/a cobalt flower to one side and nice glaze runs to the upper half, bottom w/circular Jugtown stamp. - 10.25"h Estimate: ... [more like this]
  • NC Pottery, Jugtown Chinese Translation Jar,
    stoneware ovoid jar with incised linear decorative band around shoulder with pale pink glaze highlights; with applied dogwood medallions above; early Jugtown stamp to base. From ... [more like this]
  • NC Pottery, Jugtown Center Bowl, 1920-30s,
    clear (orange) lead glaze, deep bowl with outswept rim and footed base, circular Jugtown impressed stamp on the bottom. Overall crazing and small glaze flakes. 5" x 12.5" Estimate: ... [more like this]

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