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- High Estimate: $450.00
- Realized: $780.00
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Two (2) large 10 gallon Middle Tennessee stoneware pottery jars, attributed to the Lafever pottery of Middle Tennessee. Both with tapered rims, lug handles, incised line around the upper shoulder and incised "10" to body, denoting capacity. One with tan to brown transition glaze (21 1/8" H), the other with grey to brown transition glaze (20" H). Both late 19th/early 20th century. Note: For similar jars with similar gallon capacity script refer to page 80, figure 15 of "A Survey of Historic Pottery Making in Tennessee 1979", Division of Archaeology, Tennessee Department of Conservation. CONDITION: Larger jar with chips to both handles, scattered chipping to rim. Other jar with chips to one handle .