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Rhodes factory stoneware jug circa 1850two gallon form with olive glaze, decorated with flower motif with numeral 2 in center in two colors, iron brown and kaolin white.

Rhodes factory stoneware jug circa 1850 two gallon form with olive glaze, decorated with flower motif with numeral 2 in center in two colors, iron brown and kaolin white.

Dave the Potter or David Drake is one of the most significant and compelling but understudied artists in the history of American art. Born a slave in South Carolina, Dave was both a master potter and a master poet, and he gained fame decorating massive stoneware storage jars with short couplets.

An Edgefield incised stoneware Dave jug, creamy olive-brown alkaline glaze, Dave Drake, South Carolina, circa 1852

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Jug, ca. 1550 (made). Jug depicting the arms of the city of Cologne, made in Cologne or possibly Frechen, about stoneware with applied moulded decoration.

Alkaline-Glazed Stoneware Jug, North Carolina origin, late 19th century, ovoid jug with short rounded spout and small handle, the surface covered in a mottle greenish alkaline glaze with heavy drips. A few in-the-firing chips to underside. H 9 1/4".

Alkaline-Glazed Stoneware Jug, North Carolina origin, late century, ovoid jug with short rounded spout and small handle, the surface covered in a mottle greenish alkaline glaze with heavy drips. A few in-the-firing chips to underside.

Stoneware Storage Jug Stoneware storage jug; possibly Smith Pottery, Greenville County, South Carolina

Their light weight and lovely designs only increase the decadence of an official meal. Comes in a number of lovely colours, and other sizes are available, too

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