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IMAGE: An Edgefield incised stoneware Dave [Slave Potter] jug, creamy olive-brown alkaline glaze, Dave Drake, South Carolina, circa 1852

IMAGE: An Edgefield incised stoneware Dave [Slave Potter] jug, creamy olive-brown alkaline glaze, Dave Drake, South Carolina, circa 1852

Stoneware Jug with Cobalt-incised Ring-necked Pheasant, possibly one of the Remmey family of potters, New York City or NewYork State, early 19th century, two-gallon oval jug with reeded neck, decorated on one side with an incised and cobalt blue filled design of a ring-necked pheasant perched on an arched flowering leafy branch, and with cobalt-daubed handle terminals, (minor imperfections), ht. 14 1/2 in.

Stoneware Jug with Cobalt-incised Ring-necked Pheasant, possibly one of the Remmey family of potters, New York City or NewYork State, early 19th century, two-gallon oval jug with reeded neck, decorated on one side with an incised and cobalt blue filled design of a ring-necked pheasant perched on an arched flowering leafy branch, and with cobalt-daubed handle terminals, (minor imperfections), ht. 14 1/2 in.

Cobalt Decorated Stoneware Pitcher 	      	                 Salt-glazed, elongated ovoid form with two incised  rings, brushed cobalt bird on branch decoration;  additional cobalt on reverse side, flanking spout,  and on handle; Albany slip interior glaze; 12H

Cobalt Decorated Stoneware Pitcher Salt-glazed, elongated ovoid form with two incised rings, brushed cobalt bird on branch decoration; additional cobalt on reverse side, flanking spout, and on handle; Albany slip interior glaze; 12H

14in tall. RARE Antique 19thC Blue Slip Stoneware Jug INGELL & CO Taunton Mass #Americana #IngellCo

14in tall. RARE Antique 19thC Blue Slip Stoneware Jug INGELL & CO Taunton Mass #Americana #IngellCo

Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Jug, "F.B. NORTON & CO. WORCESTER MASS.," third quarter 19th century, four-gallon straight-sided jug with brushed stylized flower decoration, impressed maker's mark to shoulder, (base chips), ht. 17 3/4 in.

Cobalt-decorated Stoneware Jug, "F.B. NORTON & CO. WORCESTER MASS.," third quarter 19th century, four-gallon straight-sided jug with brushed stylized flower decoration, impressed maker's mark to shoulder, (base chips), ht. 17 3/4 in.

OHIO STONEWARE JUG.   Mid 19th century. Impressed "T. Reed, 2". Ovoid with applied handle and covered in brushed cobalt tulips. 14.5"h. T. Reed worked in Mogadore, Ohio.

OHIO STONEWARE JUG. Mid 19th century. Impressed "T. Reed, 2". Ovoid with applied handle and covered in brushed cobalt tulips. 14.5"h. T. Reed worked in Mogadore, Ohio.

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