Lot 658

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Southern stoneware preserve jar circa 1840, Alabama or Texas
alkaline glazed with tooled upper body continuing down to tapering ovoid form.
H8 1/2" W7 1/2"

Provenance: Property from a New York private collection.

Other Notes: This piece is a well-potted and formed example exhibiting characteristics of the Edgefield District, South Carolina and was most likely created by a potter who was trained in that area. Some potters who worked and learned their craft in the Edgefield area migrated across the South, taking with them the traits from that district.

  • Very good condition with some wear at base consistent with age.

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March 7, 2010 1:00 PM EST
West Columbia, SC, US

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