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Twelve Pieces Pisgah Forest Pottery: Arden, North Carolina, W. B. Stephen, (1876-1961), most signed "Stephen" with cameo decoration over matte green glaze,...

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  • Pisgah Forest cameo pottery: vase with unglazed
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  • Twelve Pieces Pisgah Forest Pottery: Arden,
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  • Three Pieces Pisgah Forest Pottery: (Arden,
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  • Six Pieces Pisgah Forest Pottery: (Arden,
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