NC Pottery Jug, Stamped "W. Hancock" (William Henry Hancock, Moore County salt glazed stoneware jug with single handle, band of coggle wheel decoration below neck, stamp and 4 capacity mark to the right of the handle.
Water Cooler ca. 1840 Alkaline-glazed, slip-decoration stoneware 31 x 58 inches. This vessel is thought to have been made for the wedding of a favored slave couple. The decoration depicts a man and woman toasting each other.
Late ~ Anna Pottery Stoneware Jug completed covered in Writing . These Unique Pieces of Pottery were the ‘Messengers’ of their Opinions on Politics, Corrupt Tax Revenuers, the Temperance Movement & many other Socially Engaging Topics .