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Southern stoneware jug John Craven Piedmont
© CHARLTON HALL AUCTIONS, West Columbia, SC, USA

Southern stoneware jug John Craven Piedmont North Carolina circa 1840s salt glaze with tooled spout flanked by single thick strap handle attached to shoulder... [this item is NOT for sale]


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