Lot of Two: Georgia Stoneware

Summer 2021 Stoneware Auction

Lot #: 379

Price Realized: $360.00

($300 hammer, plus 20% buyer's premium)

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Two Pieces of Georgia Stoneware, second half 19th century, a rare, small-sized jug of squat form with tooled spout, probably Washington County, GA origin; paired with a one-gallon jar with salt-over-Albany-slip "frogskin" glaze, including a few heavy salt drips, attributed to W.R. Addington, Maysville, Georgia. Provenance: Collection of Dr. John A. Burrison, Cleveland, GA. Jug with a 1" base chip on reverse, other minor base chips, and small flakes to underside. Jar with a 1 5/8" rim chip and minor surface wear. H (of jug) 4 3/4".




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