Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t

Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t

Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t
Circa early 1900 Alabama stoneware milk or water pitcher , – impressed- _J Brown on side/under spout, – Albany high iron content slip / speckled medium brown glaze, – hand-thrown, – applied handle, – shaped rim and spout. 8 tall, 8 dia across belly, 8.5 front to handle. Condition excellent, no chips, cracks or repairs, one 1/8 glaze bubble-pop. 872h – Provenance local estate, Escambia County, Alabama / panhandle Florida area. ” _J Brown ” Probably for Evan Jarvan Jay Brown (1897GA-1980NC). (Alabama Folk Pottery, by Joey Brackner) Potting Career: – Rock Mills, Randolf county, Alabama (c1910), – Clayton County, GA (c1930s), – Pollard. Escambia county, Alabama (1930), across line in Bluff Springs, Escambia county, Florida (1931/2), – SC, then to Connely Springs, NC (1948). Contact me for confirmation or additional options. Selection of items from local estates. My business policy and goals. Century American home or show spots in the contemporary home. I search for items to offer with special fine points, rare form, high quality construction and historical interest. I do offer additional ite ms that I find. Compatible high quality 20. Century pieces or just something I found in those searches for the be tter. These other items are. Onfirm any concerns or particular collecting requirements you may have. I do appreciate and value communication with my clients and thrive on repeat customers to the point of providing full-house antiques sales and advising of 19. W hile you are perusing online. Is to post clear condition report and photos so you have all your questions answered on the item you. More than happy to answer any concerns or provide additional photos. Above that 1000 maximum, check with your homeowner provider for the most reasonable and comfortable charges. Please contact for quotes. Please respond within three days. On receipt of item. You feel your item. Is considerably different than. Description, condition report and photos, then please contact me. I ask that you do not return simply because you dont like it. Customer service – satisfied and repeat clients are important. Me of any concerns or. Happy Collecting , I do provide considerable research on my Pinterest page with comparables of the fine point items of various periods of history , etc, Nevin Heller. The item “Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t” is in sale since Sunday, November 12, 2017. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Cookware, Dinnerware & Serveware\Jugs & Pitchers”. The seller is “circa19century” and is located in Century, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.

  • Date of Production: 1920-1935
  • Time Period Manufactured: 1920-1935
  • Production Technique: Pottery
  • Item Height: 8 inch
  • Potter: Evan Jarvan “Jay” Brown
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Origin: Southeast USA
  • Material: Stoneware
  • Model: stoneware PITCHER
  • Shape: Ovoid
  • Production Style: Art Pottery
  • Region of Production: Central / Southern Alabama, USA
  • Brand: J Brown
  • Style: 19th century style
  • Antique: Yes
  • Color: Brown Glaze
  • Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
  • Type: Pitcher

Stoneware PITCHER, jug, incised- J Brown, south Alabama, early 1900, 8t

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