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JULIA SMITH,
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Item. No.
Price
Description
S079
N/A
SALT GLAZED STONEWARE BOTTLE. German beer bottle in brown stoneware. c. 1600-1650. 9" tall.
S080
N/A
SALT GLAZED STONEWARE BOTTLE. German wine bottle with face and medallion cast from original 17th century bottles. German, early to late 17th century. 9" tall.
S080-A
N/A
SALT GLAZED STONEWARE BOTTLE. Same as above but in a smaller size. 6" tall.
S085
N/A
SALT GLAZED STONEWARE MUG. Plain brown stoneware tavern ale mug. English or American, 18th century. 6" tall.
S088
N/A
SALT GLAZED MUG. Common mug, produced by most of the early English salt-glaze potteries. 18th century. 4" tall.
S094
N/A
SALT GLAZED TEA BOWL. 18th century. 2" tall.
S095
N/A
SALT GLAZED HIP FLASK. Stoneware with one side collapsed to fit in pocket. English, c. 1742. 2"-3" tall.
S096
N/A
SALT GLAZED MINERAL WATER BOTTLE. This style of bottle was made during the second half of the 18th century. European. 9"-10" tall.
S097
N/A
SALT GLAZED JUG. Typical style made in America and Europe, mid to late 18th century. 6" tall.
S106
N/A
SALT GLAZED BOWL. Small stoneware bowl with brown band. American, early 18th century. 4" diameter.
S109
N/A
SALT GLAZED PITCHER. Same style as ale mug. English, c. 1764. 6" tall.
S117
N/A
SALT GLAZED POT. Stoneware with cobalt-blue swashes around handles. Possibly Charlestown, Massachusetts, c. 1742-45. 8"-9" tall.