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John Bell stoneware jug, ****

Cobalt slip decorated presentation cooler made by John Park Alexander. Akron, Ohio, 1876

SALT GLAZE STONEWARE Six pieces, 19th/20th c: blue decorated four gallon crock with bird, blue decorated John Jamison, Philadelphia crock, blue decorated jug, etc.; Unmarked; Tallest: 13 1/2"

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antique Hoosier Baking Cabinet

PENNSYLVANIA STONEWARE COBALT DECORATED BATTER PITCHER

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Stoneware jug, Poughkeepsie, NY c. 1890s.

French Claret Jug, ca. 1890

One gallon stoneware preserve jar, attributed to William C. Coffman or his son, William R. Coffman, Rockingham Co., VA, circa 1860, H 7 1/2"

$ 5980 Rare Stoneware Presentation Bank with Incised Bird, Dated 1812, Conn. origin, with rounded foot, button-shaped finial and unusual rainbow handle, decorated with an incised bird with feather detail below the incised date 1812. Reverse incised "M.O.W.". Surface appears to be covered in an Albany slip glaze. This bank includes documentation made in 1884 of the bank's maker and owner. It reads "This 'Bank' made of pottery, I purchased of Mrs. Benj F. Webster of Hartford Conn., bought 1884...

antique stoneware.

American 4 gallon stoneware crock...circa 1890.

Ohio Stoneware Churn

Edmands Pottery

Stoneware Presentation Harvest Jug, probably Beaver, PA

Stoneware churn with cobalt "Kentucky 1836" inscription and decoration, stamped "I Thomas," the earliest known marked piece of Kentucky pottery, sold for $55,200 to the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts on Oct. 16 at Case Antiques Inc., Auctions & Appraisals, in Knoxville, Tenn.

Old Stoneware...jug.

M. & T. MILLER / NEWPORT, PA Stoneware Crock

John Burger, Rochester, New York, six-gallon butter churn with rooster, 20" high. It was originally purchased from the Burger factory

Old Ohio Red Wing Jug...