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Southern stoneware jugs Piedmont North Carolina
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Southern stoneware jugs Piedmont North Carolina circa 1870s salt glaze jug having tooled flattened spout attached to thinly pulled and applied ribbon handle... [this item is NOT for sale]


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  • Southern stoneware pitcher and jug Catawba
    Valley North Carolina circa 1880 rich olive alkaline glaze saddle jug having tooled spout attached to strap handle on flattened ovoid body together with alkaline glaze pitcher ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug & cookie jar Burlon
    & Don Craig Vale North Carolina circa 1970s and 2004 Don Craig jug with alkaline glaze and glass runs tooled spout attached to pulled and applied strap handle above incised ... [more like this]
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    circa 1870s salt glaze jug having tooled flattened spout attached to thinly pulled and applied ribbon handle on cylindrical body; together with high-fired salt glaze jug with ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jugs Burlon Craig Vale
    North Carolina circa 1970s alkaline glaze face jug with hand-formed spout pulled and applied strap handle above hand-formed facial features with broken china teeth; together ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug, signed Collin Rhodes
    circa 1850, Edgefield, South Carolina alkaline glazed with tooled lip having pulled and applied strap handle attached to slightly ovoid body centered by slip signature "C. ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware pitcher W.F. Hahn Edgefield
    South Carolina circa 1880 olive alkaline glaze with tooled rim on bulbous form with applied handle. H10 5/8'' W7 3/8'' Provenance: South Carolina private collection. Pitcher ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug Owenby Upcountry South
    Carolina circa 1860 alkaline glaze tapered cylindrical body with tooled spout attached to pulled and applied handle. H14 1/2'' W8'' Provenance: South Carolina private collection. ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug G.P. Seagler Edgefield
    South Carolina circa 1870 alkaline glaze with tooled spout having pulled and applied strap handle attached to cylindrical body bearing stamp ''G.P. Seagler Trenton South Carolina''. ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug, Pottersville Edgefield
    District, South Carolina, circa 1830 alkaline glazed with tooled lip above thick pulled and applied handle continuing to ovoid form. H15" W11" Provenance: South Carolina ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug, Landrum Stork circa
    1860, Columbia, South Carolina alkaline glazed, having straight neck spout with handle extending from spout to shoulder attached to straight-sided body and glaze-wiped bottom. H9" ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug, Landrum Stork circa
    1850, Columbia, South Carolina rich alkaline glaze, having tooled single ring spout and pulled strap handle with ovoid bulbous shape; approximately 2 gallon. H12" 3/4 W10" Provenance: ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug, Landrum Stork circa
    1850, Columbia, South Carolina modified Columbia slip glaze, having tooled single ring spout and pulled strap handle, with bulbous shape and glaze-wiped bottom; 2 gallon. H12" ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware pitcher late 19th/early
    20th century aklaline glaze, with comb decoration and two fish inscribed into clay; possibly of Alabama or Piedmont North Carolina origin. H9 5/8" W6 1/8" Provenance: ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug Pottersville Edgefield
    South Carolina circa 1830 olive to brown alkaline glaze ovoid body with pulled and applied handle terminating in thumbprint with double-tooled spout bearing two slash marks ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug Pottersville Edgefield
    South Carolina circa 1820 alkaline glaze with double ring tooled lip beside pulled and applied strap handle attached to ovoid body bearing two incised knife marks at base. ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware pitcher Stork-Landrum
    Columbia South Carolina circa 1860 rich lime alkaline glaze with pulled and applied strap handle attached to squat bulbous lower body glaze-wiped bottom. H10 1/2'' W7 1/8'' ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug Chandler Maker Edgefield
    South Carolina circa 1845 alkaline glaze with tooled double-ring spout above slip-decorated seal centered by stamp ''CHANDLER MAKER'' atop slip-decorated ''3'' on straight-sided ... [more like this]
  • Rare large Southern stoneware jug possibly
    Fox or Webster Randolph County North Carolina circa 1850 rich salt glaze with dramatic kiln drips occuring at all sides having double ring-tooled spout attached to thick pulled ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug John Craven Piedmont
    North Carolina circa 1840s salt glaze with tooled spout flanked by single thick strap handle attached to shoulder bearing stamp ''J.A.C.'' on slightly ovoid tapering form. ... [more like this]
  • Southern stoneware jug Nelson Bass Catawba
    Valley North Carolina circa 1890 heavy green alkaline glaze with tooled single-ring spout attached to pulled and applied strap handle bearing stamp ''NB'' on tapering ovoid ... [more like this]

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