All our stoneware is in excellent condition unless otherwise noted. We believe in selling stoneware that is in good condition devoid of any restoration or serious damage. We want you to be able to enjoy our stoneware for as long as you like and be able to pass them down to future generations.
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Little Brown Jug, Bennington VT, circa 1876. Made at the E&LP Norton Pottery by potter John H. Norton, no relation to the owners. This was made in celebration of the centennial of our founding. Believed made as a toy. 2 3/4" high. OUT ON APPROVAL. Stock #16638. CLICK HERE FOR CLOSE-UPS.
Incised "Fenton & Hancock St. Johnsbury VT 2" gallon Floral Crock, circa 1860. Heavy blue cobalt flowers on a 9 inches crock. Condition excellent. No chips, cracks, or restoration. A rare mark. $ 450. Stock #18587. CLICK HERE FOR CLOSE-UPS.
Little Brown Jug, Bennington VT, circa 1876. Made at the E&LP Norton Pottery by potter John H. Norton, no relation to the owners. This was made in celebration of the centennial of our founding. Believed made as a toy. 3" high. $ 95. Stock #16189. CLICK HERE FOR CLOSE-UPS.
ALBANY NY 1 gal ovoid crock, circa 1850. Believed to be made by C.F. Orcutt & Co. also known as ALBANY STONEWARE FACTORY. See "Potters and Potteries of New York State" by William C. Ketchum Jr. Page 164. 1/4" flake inside on Albany slip. One chip on bottom of crock. $ 499. Stock #16608. CLICK HERE FOR CLOSE-UPS.
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