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VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE JAR, salt-glazed, "1 1/2" gallon capacity mark, cylindrical form with incised shoulder ring, arched tab-like handles, collared neck, and rounded rim, straight cut-off lines under base. Bold slip-trailed cobalt three-stem five-blossom tulip decoration on front, and zig-zag swags supporting three leaf-form tassels on reverse. Benedict Calvert Milburn (1805-1867), Wilkes Street Pottery, Alexandria, VA. Circa 1841-1861. 12" H, 6 1/2" D rim. <BR><I>Excellent visual co...
Sold For $ 950 Three Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Jugs and a Jar, America, late 19th century, a three-gallon jug decorated with a stylized flower, a two-gallon jug by "F.B. Norton & Co. Worcester, Mass.," with a stylized leaf, a gallon-size jug decorated with a bird by "Haxstun Ottman & Co., Fort Edward, NY," with removable electric light fixture, and a two-gallon jar by [Nathan] "Clark Jr. Athens, N.Y." decorated with a flower, ht. to 16 in
JOHN BURGER ROCHESTER NY 6 gallon crock. This great design speaks for itself, a combination of their artistic bird and large sunflower design. Old Professional restoration to hairline thru the design and other short hairlines at the rim on the front. The handles are replaced. 15" 1855. sold for $10000 on 9/09.