North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware

North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware
North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware
North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware
North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware
North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware
North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware
North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware
North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware
North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware
North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware
North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware

North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware
A late 19th century Fayetteville, North Carolina salt glazed pottery jug stamped POE & CO. Measuring 7.5 tall. Poe’s work is considered scarce. His primary business was brick making with pottery on the side. Unlike Gurdon Robins who had to import some of his potters in 1820, Poe used North Carolina turners, chiefly William Henry Hancock, who had worked with J. Doris Craven, and Manley William Owen from Moore County. Most jugs online are in the brown Albany slip glaze. This example has an especially delightful salt glaze application. The item “North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware” is in sale since Friday, July 5, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Decorative Arts\Ceramics & Porcelain\Jugs”. The seller is “estate*liquidate” and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This item can be shipped to United States.

  • Age: 1850-1899
  • Maker: POE & CO
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Country/Region of Origin: United States

North Carolina NC Pottery Jug Stamped POE & CO Fayettville Stoneware

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