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New England Miniature Mottled Green Stoneware Jug: . New England, Early 19th Century. White base earthenware with applied strap handle finished in a fine... [this item is NOT for sale]

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  • New England Miniature Mottled Green Stoneware
    Jug: . New England, Early 19th Century. White base earthenware with applied strap handle finished in a fine mottled green glaze, underside painted green but not glazed. Earthenware. ... [more like this]
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  • Staffordshire Green-glazed Earthenware Partial
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  • Six Doulton Stoneware Vases, England, late
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  • Eight Wedgwood Dry Body Wares, England, early
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  • Seven Staffordshire Lead-glazed Cream-colored
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  • Four Wedgwood Smear-glazed Stoneware Items,
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  • Two Staffordshire Earthenware Cribs, England,
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  • Assembled Pair of Staffordshire Cream-colored
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    Plates, England, mid-18th century, each with press-molded border, a Chinese rail and basketweave, with green, blue, and brown patches to a mottled gray ground, dia. 9 1/4, ... [more like this]
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