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Nicholas Fox Half Gallon Jug, NC Pottery Nicholas Fox (1797-1858), Chatham County, NC, salt glazed stoneware with nice overall orange peel salt spotting and salt runs; with incised stamp "N Fox."10 in.

Nicholas Fox Half Gallon Jug, NC Pottery Nicholas Fox Chatham County, NC, salt glazed stoneware with nice overall orange peel salt spotting and salt runs; with incised stamp "N in.

NC Pottery, Jacob Dorris Craven (1827-1895 Randolph County): Leland Little Auctions

NC Pottery, Jacob Dorris Craven Randolph County): Leland Little Auctions

NC Pottery Jug, Stamped "W. H. Hancock" (William Henry Hancock, Moore County 1845-1924) salt glazed stoneware jug with single handle, band of coggle wheel decoration below neck, stamp and 4 1/2 capacity mark to the right of the handle. 15.5 in.

NC Pottery Jug, Stamped "W. Hancock" (William Henry Hancock, Moore County salt glazed stoneware jug with single handle, band of coggle wheel decoration below neck, stamp and 4 capacity mark to the right of the handle.

Catawba Valley Pottery 2 Gallon Jug, Alkaline Glaze, North Carolina citca, 1890

Catawba Valley Pottery 2 Gallon Jug, Alkaline Glaze, North Carolina citca, 1890

Face Jugs, China Art, Contemporary Ceramics, Stoneware Crocks, Vintage Pottery, Pottery Vase, Whiskey, Glaze, North Carolina

Jacob Doris Craven (1827-1895) - Jug. Salt Glazed Stoneware. Stamped "J.D. CRAVEN". Randolph and Moore Counties, North Carolina. Circa 1850-1870. 12" x 8".

Their light weight and lovely designs only increase the decadence of an official meal. Comes in a number of lovely colours, and other sizes are available, too

Southern Stoneware Jug, Catawba Valley, NC signed "NB", Nelson Bass, Lincoln County, NC, circa 1880. H17 1/4"

Southern Stoneware Jug, Catawba Valley, NC signed "NB", Nelson Bass, Lincoln County, NC, circa 1880. H17 1/4"

Three Gallon NC Pottery Jug salt glazed stoneware, attributed John Anderson Craven, Randolph County, first half 19th century, a well-turned ovoid form with double bands of concentric lines at shoulder and attractive glaze drips to the sides. 15.25 in.

Three Gallon NC Pottery Jug salt glazed stoneware, attributed John Anderson Craven, Randolph County, first half century, a well-turned ovoid form with double bands of concentric lines at shoulder and attractive glaze drips to the sides.

Antique Randolph County, North CarolinaSigned M R Moffitt (1835-1913) 1 Quart Salt Glaze Whiskey Jug We are very excited to offer a fantastic and very rare, signed North Carolina jug by M. R. Moffitt.

Antique Randolph County, North CarolinaSigned M R Moffitt 1 Quart Salt Glaze Whiskey Jug We are very excited to offer a fantastic and very rare, signed North Carolina jug by M.

NC Pottery Jug, H. Fox (Himer Jacob Fox, Chatham County, 1826-1909) half gallon size, salt glazed stoneware, very well turned with incised lines below spout and strong stamp/capacity mark (2). 9.5 in.

NC Pottery Jug, H. Fox (Himer Jacob Fox, Chatham County, 1826-1909) half gallon size, salt glazed stoneware, very well turned with incised lines below spout and strong stamp/capacity mark (2). 9.5 in.

N. C. pottery jug by Burlon B. Craig, Catawba Valley, NC, hand thrown with double handles, c 1980-85, supurb glaze, impressed signature, mint condition.

pottery jug by Burlon B. Craig, Catawba Valley, NC, hand thrown with double handles, c

North Carolina salt-glazed jug, stamped "W. W. Ballard  Dockery, N.C." (1852 - 1894). Pulled handle with concentric rings around the upper bulbous midsection and incised "2" denoting gallon capacity

North Carolina salt-glazed jug, stamped "W. Ballard Dockery, N." - Pulled handle with concentric rings around the upper bulbous midsection and incised denoting gallon capacity

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