Lot 605

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Southern stoneware storage jar, B.F. Landrum Edgefield, South Carolina, circa 1848
thick alkaline glaze, high-turned tab handles bearing five Landrum cross stamps at upper body above bulbous form, probably slave made.
H13 3/4" W12 1/4"

Provenance: Blacksburg, Virginia private collection.

Other Notes: B.F. Landrum has been documented as owning Dave from about 1847-1849. The form of stoneware produced at his operation was quite precise and well-formed having uniform characteristics throughout. Landrum used slave labor and was know as a harsh and heavy-handed owner which would explain the exactness of the wares produced at the Horse Creek site where this piece was conceived.

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September 12, 2010 1:00 PM EDT
West Columbia, SC, US

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