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Case Antiques, Inc. named in New York Times article on 2010’s Most Intriguing Auction Lots

The sale of a Kentucky stoneware butter churn for $55,200 at Case’s October auction was noted in a Dec. 24 article in the New York Times as one of “the year’s more intriguing auction lots.”  The article includes a brief interview with Robert Leath of the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, the institution which purchased the piece. The cobalt decorated churn is the earliest known marked piece of Kentucky pottery. Full article: