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STAMPED "J D HEATWOLE", ROCKINGHAM CO.,SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE SQUAT POT / PRESERVE JAR - PRESENTATION TO HIS SIST...

SIGNED "EMANUEL SUTER" ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED SALT-GLAZED STONEWARE HONEY OR SUGAR POT. Probably produced during his apprenticeship with John D. Heatwole at Dry River. 1850-1860. 5" H, 4 1/4" D rim, 4" D base. Published and exhibited: Evans/Suter - A Great Deal of Stone & Earthen Ware, p. 34, fig. 8. Sold June 22, 2013 for $86,250 - a new record for Virginia pottery.

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Thomas & John Ducey - Storage Jar. Stoneware with Cobalt Decoration. Stamped "T. & J. DUCEY / MANUFACTURER / PETERSBURG, VA.". Petersburg, Virginia. Circa 1850-1875.

19th Century Stoneware Water Pitcher. Baltimore or Virginia. Good, strong cobalt blue decoration surrounding the entire piece. Incised banding around top rim

4 quart cobalt decorated stoneware batter jug ca. 1870; salt glazed stoneware impressed “Evan R. Jones Pittston, PA 4” with brushed cobalt design of feathered foliage round fruit or flower, cobalt around spout and handle terminals, wire bale handle with wooden hand hold and glazed interior

*would love to have all of these crocks*

Batter jug ca. 1882-85, American-MidAtlantic, New York (stoneware) Marking: incised and filled in with blue glaze on underside: WHITES' BINGHAMPTON / 4

♥ old crocks!

Fell & Marsh New Orleans Two Gallon Cobalt Freehand Decorated Churn Circa 1880s, Rare New Orleans Merchant Churn

Salt glazed six gallon ovoid crock. Signed in stamp "John Burger, Rochester." New York. Circa l865. Cobalt blue slip decoration. Height l6-1/2"

The cobalt fish is a classic design on this signed “W. Hart Ogdensburgh” salt-glazed stoneware crock.