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West Tennessee red glazed stoneware jug with applied strap handle, incised lines around neck with impressed maker's mark "WEAVER" for William Weaver, working in Henry County, TN around 1887. William worked with the Weaver Brothers Pottery who was listed in the Knoxville business directory from 1876-1887 with David Weaver listed as the proprietor and George C. Weaver as a potter. He moved with his father George to West Tennessee around 1887 and then moved to Nashville around 1903 to work at another pottery. ( Courtesy of Carole Wahler and "A Survey of Historic Pottery Making in Tennessee 1979", Division of Archeology, Tennessee Department of Conservation, Smith and Rogers). 9 1/2" H. Condition: Overall, good condition. Large chip to spout,other small chips to spout and handle.