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  • 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]
  • SIX PIECES OF OHIO POTTERY. Ohio second
    quarter of 20th century. A Roseville pink Thornapple double handled vase with impressed ''Roseville 810-6'' 6.25''h. Roseville blue Freesia double handled vase marked with ... [more like this]
  • FOUR PIECES OF OHIO POTTERY. S. Routson,
    Wooster, Ohio, mid 19th century. Jar with Albany slip, 9.5"h., ovoid jug, 9.5"h., and a squat jug with strap handle, 7"h. Together with a drainage tile, 12"l. ... [more like this]
  • FOUR PIECES OF OHIO POTTERY. S. Routson,
    Wooster and Doylestown, Ohio, mid 19th century. Two jars with Albany slip, 9.75"h. and a jug with a strap handle, 11.5"h. Together with a ovoid jug with Albany slip, 9"h. ... [more like this]
  • THREE PIECES OF OHIO POTTERY. Dalton, Ohio,
    1st quarter-20th century. Houghton & Co. high glazed yellowware cabin with green, brown, and white decoration, 5.25"h. 5.75"w. 3.75"d., and a bird house, 6.25"h. 5.5"dia. ... [more like this]
  • ART POTTERY BOX LOT Includes: two Peters
    & Reed, one cracked; Pisgagh Forest shouldered vase; two McCoy ovoid pots, one cracked; several pieces of Ohio pottery. Tallest: 16 1/4" ... [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]
  • GOOD GROUP OF OHIO ART POTTERY. Twentieth
    century. Includes an Art Deco vase in cobalt blue by Meric Art Ware, East Liverpool, 10.75"h.; a yellow-glazed vase by R. Thomas and Sons, East Liverpool, 12"h.; a pillow ... [more like this]
  • Hull Experimental Pottery, Rare Turnabout
    Cat Bank Hull Pottery (American (Ohio), 1905-1986). Rare Experimental green glazed two-sided figural bank modeled as a seated cat and referred to as a "Turnabout Cat". Slot ... [more like this]
  • TWO PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Stenciled
    labels for the "Neff Bro's...Taylorsville, O." Butter crock, 8"h., and jar in brown slip, 10"h. The Neff Brothers pottery was in Harrison Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, ... [more like this]
  • CROSBY STEAM WHISTLE FROM OHIO POTTERY KILN.
    Second half-19th century, brass. Three chime steam whistle with acorn finial and pull lever. Marked "Crosby Steam Gage & Valve Co., Boston, U.S. Pat. Jan 30, 1877". 14"h. ... [more like this]
  • THREE PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Impressed
    labels. Two-gallon jug "M. Crooks". 14"h. Probably George Milton Crooks who potted in Hopewell and Falls townships, Muskingum County, Ohio, 1850-1870, and was potting in Perry ... [more like this]
  • TWO PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Nineteenth
    century. Five-gallon crock impressed "Matthew McAll, Ohio, Dickson". 16.5"h. Matthew McAll Dickson was a potter in Newton Township, Muskingum County, Ohio in 1850. Illustrated ... [more like this]
  • TWO PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Impressed
    labels. Five-gallon churn. "Matthew McAll, Ohio Dickson". 18"h. Matthew McAll Dickson was a Newton Township, Muskingum County potter in 1850. and a five-gallon crock "J. C. ... [more like this]
  • TWO PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Impressed
    labels. Two-gallon jug "J. C. Crown", 14.5"h. John C. Crown potted in Hopewell Township, Muskingum County, Ohio, 1860-1880. And ovoid crock "I. Crooks". 12.5"h. Isaac Martin ... [more like this]
  • THREE PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Two jars,
    one with brown slip, impressed "Brown & Crooks", probably Roseville, Ohio. And a butter crock with brown slip, 7"h. Impressed "J. Crooks". Possibilities include Joseph E. ... [more like this]
  • FOUR OHIO POTTERY GRADUATED FLOWER POTS.
    Houghton Pottery, Dalton, Ohio, 1st quarter-20th century. Yellowware with various shades of green over a greyish-white background, 6.25"h. 7"dia. to 11.5"h. 12.5"dia. ... [more like this]
  • Large 16th C. Korean Joseon Pottery Jar:
    East Asia, Korea, Joseon Dynasty, ca. 16th to 17th century CE. A delightful wheel-thrown pottery vase with a ring base and smooth walls that gently expand to a curved shoulder, ... [more like this]
  • Rare Cowan vase signed by Arthur E. Baggs
    from 1927. Hand thrown and simply (yet wonderfully) glazed, this vase is a historical piece of Ohio's ceramic history. Having founded and built the highly successful Marblehead ... [more like this]
  • THREE PIECES OF OHIO STONEWARE. Stenciled
    labels. "W. F. McCoy Wholesale Dealer in Stoneware, Zanesville, O.", 9"h. William F. McCoy was a stoneware dealer in Putnam, Ohio (now part of Zanesville), 1882-1885. "Baumbaugh ... [more like this]

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