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OHIO STONEWARE BOTTLE AND JAR. Both with brown slip and impressed labels. Bottle "E. P. Wait", 10"h. Edward P. Wait was a potter in Highland County, Ohio,...


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  • THREE OHIO STONEWARE JARS. Stenciled labels.
    Six-gallon jars. "Central Pottery, G.W. Walker & Bro. Roseville, Ohio". Known to have been in business 1885-1887. 13.5"h. And "W.F. McCoy Wholesale Dealer in Stoneware, Zanesville, ... [more like this]
  • TWO OHIO STONEWARE JARS. Ovoid jar marked
    for Henry Liese, "Gillford," Ohio, and dated 1844. Imperfections. 12"h. Straight-sided jar marked for J. Dillon, Burlington, Ohio, mid 19th century, 13.5"h. ... [more like this]
  • INCISED SUMMIT COUNTY, OHIO, STONEWARE JAR.
    Dated 1848. Slightly ovoid jar of small size, inscribed "Ezria[?] Warner's Pot November 19, 1848 Springfield, Summit Co. Ohio." 6"h. ... [more like this]
  • SGRAFFITO-DECORATED WHITE COTTAGE, OHIO,
    STONEWARE JAR. Late 19th century. Straight-sided jar inscribed "A.J. Boswell White Cottage Ohio Newtonville." 7.75"h. ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE JAR. Brushed cobalt lines
    and impressed label "G. W. Flesher". 11"h. George W. Flesher was a potter in Hopewell Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, in 1870, and by 1880 he was potting in Perry County, ... [more like this]
  • TWO OHIO STONEWARE JARS. Second quarter-19th
    century. Impressed labels "U. Kendall's Factory, Cin" (Uriah Kendall, Cincinnati, Ohio). Ovoid crock with two applied handles. Shallow rim flakes. 9"h. And a canning jar, ... [more like this]
  • TWO OHIO STONEWARE JARS. Both impressed
    "H. H. Melick, Roseville, O." 8.5", 5.5"h. Henry Harrison Melick potted in Perry County, Ohio, 1860-1870, and in Roseville, Ohio, 1875-1880. Illustrated on page 290 in James ... [more like this]
  • FOUR OHIO STONEWARE JARS. Second half-19th
    century. Narrow-mouthed jar marked for J. Dillon, Burlington, 7.5"h., a small jar marked for Jacob Morfoot, Muskingum County, 7.5"h., and a half-gallon jar marked for J.W. ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE JAR WITH RARE OCCUPATIONAL
    PORTRAIT, late 19th century, bail handle and sponged decoration. Freehand cobalt portrait and identification Mr. Charles Hammack Lancaster, O on the front, and initials C.H. ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE JAR. Stenciled label "A.
    Rambo, Manufacturer, Zanesville, Ohio". 9.5h. Made by Albert Rambo born 1832, Albert Rambo born 1835, or Austin Rambo born 1836. Illustrated on page 320 in James L. Murphy's ... [more like this]
  • EARLY OHIO STONEWARE JAR STAMPED D. FISK,
    Springfield Township, Mogadore, Ohio, ca 1828-33. One gallon capacity, strong ovoid form with lug handles, galleried rim and lid seat, with cobalt daubing around stamp; 9.75" ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE JAR. Doylestown, Ohio, mid
    19th century. Three-gallon with applied handles, freehand cobalt feather decoration, and impressed "S. Routson, Doylestown, O.", 14.75"h. ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE JAR. Mid 19th century. Stenciled
    cobalt label "Mr. Geo. M.CPooks Maker, Ohio". 10.25"h. ... [more like this]
  • DIMINUTIVE AND INCISED OHIO STONEWARE JAR.
    Mid 19th century. Slightly ovoid jar with applied handles and incised "Salurates[?] Nansy Ross made by George Meek." 7.25"h. ... [more like this]
  • T. REED, TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, OHIO, STONEWARE
    JAR. Marked, mid 19th century. Ovoid form with cobalt tulip decoration. 12"h. ... [more like this]
  • DAVID ALBRIGHT, TRUMBULL COUNTY, OHIO, STONEWARE
    JAR. Mid 19th century. With cobalt decoration, 10.5"h. ... [more like this]
  • TWO OHIO STONEWARE JARS. First half-19th
    century. Three-gallon with applied handles and impressed "S. Routson, Doylestown, O", 12.25"h., and a two-gallon with cobalt decoration and impressed "S. Routson, Wooster, ... [more like this]
  • OHIO STONEWARE BOTTLE AND JAR. Both with
    brown slip and impressed labels. Bottle "E. P. Wait", 10"h. Edward P. Wait was a potter in Highland County, Ohio, in 1860 and was potting in Putnam (now part of Zanesville) ... [more like this]
  • THREE PIECES OF OHIO POTTERY. Impressed
    labels. Stoneware crock, 9"h., and redware with brown slip, 11.5"h. both marked for Jacob Morfoot. Working in Coshocton County, Ohio in 1850, and in Newton Township, Muskingum ... [more like this]
  • THREE PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Sgraffito
    labels. Jug advertising the firm of Stands and Kaiser, a wholesale liquor dealer in Columbus, Ohio. 9"h. Attributed to the Charles W. Stine pottery in White Cottage, Muskingum ... [more like this]

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