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Large Blue and Orange Pitcher YCP265 by JonArsenault on Etsy,

This pitcher was thrown on the potters wheel out of stoneware clay and ash glazes. The blue ash mixes with the orange glaze to create a wonderful

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Ceramic Pitcher with Green and Red Glazes by Doug Smith Pottery.

Glass amphora (jar). Period: Early Imperial. Date: early 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman. Medium: Glass; probably blown in a three-part mold.

A Glass amphora, also known as a jar, dates back to the early century A.D, of the Imperial Rome Period. It is made from glass and is blown in a three-part mold.

Rare Issac Lefevers Three Gallon Jug, NC PotteryLincoln County, NC (circa 1832 - 1864), alkaline glazed stoneware of three gallon capacity, with single strap handle and three incised rings to mouth, with impressed stamp I.L. and "3" in script indicating capacity. Issac Lefevers' pottery demonstrates an extraordinary level of skill in his craft, especially considering his early and untimely death in 1864. In the 1840s, he was apprenticed to one of the finest potters of the 19th century…

Rare Issac Lefevers Three Gallon Jug, NC PotteryLincoln County, NC (circa 1832 - alkaline glazed stoneware of three gallon capacity, with single strap handle and three incised rings to mouth, with impressed stamp I. and in script indicating capacity.

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