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West Tennessee stoneware jar, unmarked but attributed to the Cravens of Henderson County, TN. The Cravens were important potters in the Piedmont area of NC and are best known for their salt-glazed stoneware (See Smith and Rogers' Survey of Historic Pottery Making in Tennessee and Turners and Burners by Charles Zug.)16" H. Provenance: Found in Greenfield, TN, Weakley County, TN, from estate of Mary Ann Brassfield Liggett. 19th century. Condition: Hairline cracks to upper body with large chip to base.