Really nice glass like glaze of a early to mid 1970's rock tooth Lanier Meaders face jug. Full smile ,large granite teeth. Another in excellent condition. Price: 1850.00
Larger tulip jug by N. Clark Jr., Athens, New York.
2 Gallon Syrup Jug with Double Tulips Excellent cobalt decoration covering 40% of the jug. Price :
Great large features closed mouth Lanier Meaders face-jug. Rarer no teeth blue eyes jug. Nice 9 1/2 inch tall no repairs or damage.Excellent condition. Price 1475.00
Nice four gallon Troy New York Pottery crock. This is in really good condition with only a pinhead size chip on the bottom under the discolored area. Great large cobalt blue decoration covers the whole front of the crock. Price 395.00
Great Lanier Meaders rare Pixie face jug. Excellent condition and glaze. Price:
Marked "A. Miller" for Abraham Miller , Brent Alabama made 1880-1900. The Miller family has a 150 year history of pottery making. This is large 5 or 6 gallon size. there is a firing line near the stamp. Size is 17" tall Price 495.00
Clean unmarked White's Utica bird on a branch crock. Really a nice example of a well preserved 9" one gallon. One fingernail chip on left rim. Displays very well with a collection or alone. Price 295.00
Signed Edwin Meaders pitcher 7 1/4" tall perfect condition Price : 175.00 /// Signed Lanier Meaders 1/2 gallon stacker jug 9" tall, no damage. late 60's to early 70's. Price 345.00
Great three cobalt tulips decorated one gallon crock. 10 3/4" tall with a few small chips on the upper edge no cracks. Super for display in a collection. Albany inside coated. Price 375.00
Tennessee Jar in great form and condition. Washington County Tennessee The distinctive molded collar and rolled rim attributed to Charles Decker pottery. Size is a nice larger 13 3/4" Price : 495.00
Found in western Georgia by American Pickers 2010 episode " know when to fold" 10" tall Rock Mills Ala 1890-1920 Glaze wear around rim and body from normal use. Price : 250.00
Great early middle Tennessee mountain pottery jar. Early Middle Tennessee alternating green and brown glaze, well formed flaring rim with ridge line around upper shoulder. Great condition and beautiful glaze. stands 13 " tall.
Mid to late 19th century. Price SOLD