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Rare redware pitcher by Christopher Alexander Haun (1821-1861), Greene County, Tennessee. Lead glaze with manganese or iron oxide loop designs. The marked pitcher is stamped on upper rim including the letters “C A Haun & Co” and compass star stamping with cross hatch stamping at terminus of handle. Condition – Handle missing with light wear and shallow chips around rim and base. Hairline cracks with minor exfoliation to glaze. 8 1/4″ H. Note – Haun was a Union sympathizer during the Civil War and participated in burning a Confederate railroad bridge (Lick Creek) in Greene County, TN. In 1861, Confederate forces captured Christopher Haun and put him to death by hanging. As of this writing, this is the only known marked Christopher Haun pitcher form.