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Antique Staffordshire Alphabet Plate Leopard 1880 | eBay

Beautiful ceramic pitcher

An uncommon three gallon  crock with a hawk hovering over two fences.  It was made at the J. & E. Norton pottery of Bennington, VT and dates from 1850 to 1859.  This is the same piece that's featured on page 92 of the Birds of Bennington by Leder and Cesana.  It has some very minor hairlines. MRA-04825$13,500

Antique Blue Cow Crock

STONEWARE COOLER Cobalt slip decorated presentation cooler made by John Park Alexander. Akron, Ohio, 1876 An impressive 27" tall John Alexander was awarded two gold medals at America's Centennial celebration in Philadelphia in 1876. One of the medals was for decorated pottery. Alexander operated a large stoneware factory in Akron between 1862-1885

Four-Gallon Water Cooler, c. 1865 Leaner Fenton & Frederick Hancock (working 1858-1870) St. Johnsbury, Vermont

It took a bid of $114,000 to win this cobalt blue salt glazed stoneware eagle and shield double-handled four-gallon jug, Ohio, dating from the second half of the Nineteenth Century. It is inscribed "Chapman Weson and Wright Manufacturers, Middleburg, O."

Four-Gallon Water Cooler, c. 1865 Leaner Fenton & Frederick Hancock (working 1858-1870) St. Johnsbury, Vermont

Redware pot, style was brought by German immigrants to early America. #pottery #redware

Beautiful red ware by Bee Tree Pottery right here in Indiana.

Double-handled stoneware jug with copious incise decoration is inscribed to Benjamin Herington, a potter who died June 1, 1823, by drowning in Norwich, Conn., harbor.

Massachusetts stoneware water cooler, 19th c.