Beginning February 8, 2012

Ending March 10, 2012

Slave made face jug ca. 1840s rare glaze and features Edgefield, SC

Marie Rogers mid 1980s one of a kind works

Sand Mtn. AL

ca. late 19th century

North State First Stamp ca. early 1920s

Lanier Meaders White Co. Georgia early premium examples

Edwin Meaders

White Co. Georgia

one of a kind decoration

Thomas Chandler

ca. 1850

Edgefield, SC

Jugtown 1930s Chinese Blue

Persian Jar

Dave The Slave Drake

signed and dated

May 1863

Edgefield, SC

D. X.  Gordy

one of a kind

salt glaze

Cartersville, GA

Daniel Seagle

ca. 1840

Lincoln Co. NC

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Featuring over 350 Lots

Alabama important two handle decorated Sand Mtn. jug, a

decorated Zack Ussery piece, attributed shapes, Norman Smith pig and more, Georgia Washington Co. storage jar, Crawford Co. premium B. B. and other marks, Stockton pieces, White Co. some early shapes, early Lanier Meaders face jugs, one of a kind decorated Edwin Meaders rooster, rare D. X. Gordy pieces, early Marie Rogers, J. L. Smith and much more, Kentucky salt glaze, rare lion door stop, Mississippi F. Ussery, G. W. Cox (merchant), Natchez scratch jug, Lavender marked pieces, and more, Large group of 17th-18th century Mid-Atlantic to New England redware and salt glaze, North Carolina Buncombe Co. with very rare early alkaline examples of the Brown’s family and more, Catawba Valley early Daniel Seagle marking, J. F. S., T. Ritchie, Hilton figural, rare J. A. P. mark, one of a kind signed Sam Propst example, numerous noteworthy double handle jugs including one three handled oddity, rare one of a kind B. B. Craig pieces, Charlie Lisk and more, Piedmont Area signed Loy redware rundlet, dirt dishes, important salt glaze markings of N. Fox, H. Fox, Brower, Webster family forms, outstanding cobalt decorated T. W. Craven with published provenance, J. A. Craven, J. D. Craven, J. M. Yow, W. T. Macon, D. Cagle, J. R. Crisco, Poe & Company and more, early Auman pieces, highly prized North State first stamp one of a kind piece, Martha Jane Owen pinch chickens, Jugtown Chinese Blue Persian Jar, early decorated one of a kind art pottery pieces, Billy Ray Hussey, and more, South Carolina with early slave marked markings from the Landrum Pottery, Dave Drake signed and dated pieces, Chandler decorated, very rare 1840s slave made face jug, several Upstate pieces, Billy Henson and more, Texas a rare marked B. J. Rushton, and several others, several pieces have published provenance, Virginia Jesse Vestal 1861 jar, an M. H. signed ink well, James River cobalt decorated pieces, 19th and 20th century bricks-pavers, baskets, wood carvings, books, and so much more.

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  1. T.W Craven ca. 1840 Randolph Co. NC salt glaze one of a kind with Provenance

Signed Sam Propst Vale, NC

one of a kind signature from B. B. Craig Collection

Burlon B. Craig

ca. 1978 Weeping Eye Published Provenance