Lot of Four: Albany-Slip Stoneware Jugs incl. Peoria Pottery Example and Three Examples Found in Alabama

July 19, 2014 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 483

Price Realized: $28.75

($25 hammer, plus 15% buyer's premium)

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July 19, 2014 Auction Catalog

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Four Brown-Glazed Stoneware Jugs, American, mostly Southern, late 19th or early 20th century, one stamped "PEORIA POTTERY", Peoria, Illinois, circa 1873-1904; another, probably of Alabama origin, with note that states, "Found by Andrew Cain in April, 1964, on Side and Richard Darby old place at London, Conecuh County, Alabama,, beside the branch in a field; another found in a Pensacola, Florida dump, possibly Kohler; and a Southern shoulder jug. Peoria jug in excellent condition. Found Conecuh County jug with significant exfoliation. Pensacola jug with 3" crack from rim, reglued handle, and small spout chips. Shoulder jug with handle and spout reglued, filled loss to spout, another spout chip, and chipping to shoulder. H (of shoulder jug) 10 3/4".


Lot of Four: Albany-Slip Stoneware Jugs incl. Peoria Pottery Example and Three Examples Found in AlabamaLot of Four: Albany-Slip Stoneware Jugs incl. Peoria Pottery Example and Three Examples Found in Alabama

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