Southern Pottery & Stoneware Auction

Southern Pottery & Stoneware Auction

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Southern Pottery & Stoneware Auction

Southern Pottery & Stoneware Auction

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We are offering at this auction some of the best in Southern Pottery. Featuring Sand Mountain Alabama, Edgefield, Georgia pottery, some wonderful stencil jugs and scratch signed jug.

Cagle Auction Company


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Edgefield Rev. John Landrum Pottersville 4gal Jar

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 105)      

Monumental Pottersville, Edgefield SC, Reverand John Landrum storage jar. Circa 1820's and is four gallons in capacity. The jar has an outstanding form narrow at the base, with a bulbous shoulder at top, with great lug handles, and a rolled rim, also has four punctuates on the back shoulder. The jar also has a Crescent moon or horseshoe stamp at the top left shoulder near the lug handle. Glaze has a light earthy Olive in color glaze, very typical of early Edgefield pottery, that goes throughout the entire jar. This piece will make a outstanding addition to any Edgefield pottery collection and is a must for the South Carolina collector. This jar has No chips cracks or repairs and its fresh to the market from a private collection from the Atlanta area.
Monumental Pottersville, Edgefield SC, Reverand John Landrum storage jar. Circa 1820's and is four gallons in capacity. The jar has an outstanding form narrow at the ba...morese, with a bulbous shoulder at top, with great lug handles, and a rolled rim, also has four punctuates on the back shoulder. The jar also has a Crescent moon or horseshoe stamp at the top left shoulder near the lug handle. Glaze has a light earthy Olive in color glaze, very typical of early Edgefield pottery, that goes throughout the entire jar. This piece will make a outstanding addition to any Edgefield pottery collection and is a must for the South Carolina collector. This jar has No chips cracks or repairs and its fresh to the market from a private collection from the Atlanta area.

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2 Gallon RM Rose Jug

Lot # 1a (Sale Order: 2 of 105)      

2 Gallon RM Rose Jug, Atlanta, made by Kline, 1880's mint condition...more

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Edgefield Siegler Jar 5gal. Marked Pinehouse SC

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 3 of 105)      

Edgefield Jar, Outstanding signed Siegler, Pinehouse SC, storage jar 5 gallon capacity. This jar has a absolutely beautiful Brown alkaline glaze, that has the Siegler ...moremark in a circle pine house South Carolina. Very bulbous jar, nice rolled rim. The heavy lug handle's that are an offset to proportion of normal Edgefield stoneware jars, neat conversation topic. This jar was found in a smokehouse and had heavy signs of grease that has now been cleaned properly and displays well. This is a very impressive Edgefield jar, a must for any Southern stoneware collector. Condition - the jar has two water tight hairlines that are sealed by the grease and will pass a water test and ring test. This is in true state with no other issues and No repairs.

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Edgefield Hahn Two Gallon jug

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 4 of 105)      

Two gallon Edgefield South Carolina vessel, that has an outstanding glaze running from the top to the mid section of the jug the jug is attributed to Hahn. The jug has...more a couple normal wear chips around the rim, other than that no issues. This piece is from a private collection in Athens Georgia, fresh to the market. No other issues cracks or repairs. This is a outstanding looking jug that will sit well in any Southern pottery collection.

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Marvin Bailey Face Jug

Lot # 3a (Sale Order: 5 of 105)      

Marvin Bailey Face Jug, mint condition...more

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Upstate South Carolina Batter Pitcher

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 6 of 105)      

Spartanburg South Carolina area batter pitcher, that has a rich lustrous Albany slip glaze. The pitcher is in mint condition, with no chips cracks or repairs this is...more from my private collection in Flowery Branch

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Alabama Double Handle Alkaline Glazed Jar 3 Gallon

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 7 of 105)      

Alabama double handle 3 gallon jar outstanding modified lime glaze that has chatter mark decoration around the jar. This door has outstanding form and eye appeal that com...morepliments the glaze and condition of this jar. It is absolutely mint, with no chips cracks or repairs. This piece came out of a private life time collection from mobile area. 14" Tall

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Rare 5 gallon Paulding County Georgia Tally Churn

Lot # 5a (Sale Order: 8 of 105)      

Rare 5 gallon Paulding County Georgia tally churn. Extremely rare 5 gallon turn with double handles strong Paulding County that bears a classic Alabama double loop hand...moreled churn with one lug lifter on the top right side. The turn has an outstanding rich deep Carmel colored alkaline glaze. Condition is very good with one rim chip and one chip above the lug handle that has been re glued back in ( No Color repair ) other than that no other damage or repairs. Extremely scarce example to find Tally jugs, churns or jars in any Southern pottery. This would fit wonderful into any collection of Southern stoneware. 17" Tall

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Paulding Co. Goergia Pitcher Alkaline Glaze

Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 9 of 105)      

Paulding County Georgia a pitcher 1800s. this pitcher has a outstanding green alkaline glaze throughout the entire circumference of the pitcher. It does have some normal...more wear chip's from normal use, nothing major or distracting. Other than that there is no issues with condition. Also note this piece came out of the private life time collection in Flowery Branch Georgia fresh to the market. 10 1/2 Tall.

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Billy Joe Craven Face Jug

Lot # 6a (Sale Order: 10 of 105)      

Billy Joe Craven Face Jug, mint condition...more

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Garlington Lucas signed Alabama Jug, Half Gallon

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 11 of 105)      

Important half gallon jug signed "GL" for Garlington Lucas of Henry County Alabama. He was born from the rich southern pottery tradition in Edgefield South Carolina in 18...more21 and by 1842 opened his pottery shop in the Screamer community of Henry County Alabama. Their has been some controversy over the year's about his marks being missattributed for the potter Elijah Long of ( Crawford County Georgia ) which show the same form as Elijah jugs. This jug "GL" is without no doubt Garlington Lucius and truly solves the debate over the signature EL / GL. This is hands down one of the most important and extremely scariest vessel Cagle auction has ever auctioned. The vessel is half gallon and bears a very strong irony glaze that just catches your eye throughout the entire jug. It also bears a strong and definite GL signature that has a coggle wheel impress of what looks to be a one for possibly gallon size. Note this is a half gallon - not a one gallon jug. Condition is Stellar, with zero cracks, chip, or restorations. This is truly a once in a life time jug that would sit in any southern collection or fit right into any museum portfolio. 8 1/2 Tall

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Sand Mountain Alabama Decorated Bean Pot

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 12 of 105)      

Monumental Sand Mountain bean pot, double handled with concentric line decorations and also two rows of combing decoration. The bean pot has a highly mature glaze, beaut...moreiful deep brown hues at the base of the jar, mid section that showing beautiful Carmel colored Brown glaze. Also has a big blob of blue rutile on the right side of the jar to the nearest handle which absolutely electrifies the bean pot With stunning eye appeal. This is with out no doubt one of the most stunning pieces of Sand Mountain pottery we have ever auctioned off. This is absolutely a must for any Southern stoneware enthusiasts or any museums portfolio. Condition basically excellent, one minor glaze flake in the Rim, in the rutile area, other than that no issues. 7' Tall.

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Sand Mountain Two Gallon Decorated Churn

Lot # 8a (Sale Order: 13 of 105)      

Outstanding two gallon decorated Sand Mountain churn. The churn bears a striking and eye catching glaze of rich and vibrant carmel hughes with dark rich earthy brown tones that makes a great dark and light contrast. It also has some outstanding decoration that goes from the top to the bottom of the churn. This is with out a doubt the best churn of Sand Mountain that we have offered. Condition - It has a base chip see pictures nothing major, No cracks or hairlines. It has a outstanding professional glaze chip color blending that is expertly colored. This is extremely hard to find in the sunlight. This will fit right into any southern collection. This piece is fresh to the market.
Outstanding two gallon decorated Sand Mountain churn. The churn bears a striking and eye catching glaze of rich and vibrant carmel hughes with dark rich earthy brown tone...mores that makes a great dark and light contrast. It also has some outstanding decoration that goes from the top to the bottom of the churn. This is with out a doubt the best churn of Sand Mountain that we have offered. Condition - It has a base chip see pictures nothing major, No cracks or hairlines. It has a outstanding professional glaze chip color blending that is expertly colored. This is extremely hard to find in the sunlight. This will fit right into any southern collection. This piece is fresh to the market.

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TJ Henry Sand Mountain Bean Pot

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 14 of 105)      

Beautiful Sand Mountain bean pot, single handle a tribute to TJ Henry of Duck Springs Alabama, this pot has a outstanding caramel alkaline glazed color hue, That shows beautiful runs in the top right corner of caramel runs. The glaze is consistent throughout. great handle and form, with also great eye appeal. this piece is in absolutely gem mint ten condition, with no chips, cracks or restorations. this piece is fresh to the market from a Mobile Al, area collection And again would make a great addition to any Southern stoneware collection 7 1/2 inches tall
Beautiful Sand Mountain bean pot, single handle a tribute to TJ Henry of Duck Springs Alabama, this pot has a outstanding caramel alkaline glazed color hue, That shows be...moreautiful runs in the top right corner of caramel runs. The glaze is consistent throughout. great handle and form, with also great eye appeal. this piece is in absolutely gem mint ten condition, with no chips, cracks or restorations. this piece is fresh to the market from a Mobile Al, area collection And again would make a great addition to any Southern stoneware collection 7 1/2 inches tall

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Decorated Sand Mountain Bean Pot

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 15 of 105)      

Outstanding Sand Mountain double wavy line decorated bean pot, with a single handle that has outstanding deep Brown alkaline glaze and Carmel colored hues throughout the jar. The jar has a great form and great eye appeal. very nice decorations over all. This piece is again out of a South Alabama collection and is fresh to the market. Condition as one minor chip restoration in the Rim. The restoration is of expert level and is extremely hard to find. Very high quality restoration and very small glaze nick restoration. Other than the night there is no issues, no chips cracks. 8 1/2 tall
Outstanding Sand Mountain double wavy line decorated bean pot, with a single handle that has outstanding deep Brown alkaline glaze and Carmel colored hues throughout the ...morejar. The jar has a great form and great eye appeal. very nice decorations over all. This piece is again out of a South Alabama collection and is fresh to the market. Condition as one minor chip restoration in the Rim. The restoration is of expert level and is extremely hard to find. Very high quality restoration and very small glaze nick restoration. Other than the night there is no issues, no chips cracks. 8 1/2 tall

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Early Chester Hewell Double Face Candelabra

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 16 of 105)      

Chester Hewell double face candelabra. This is an absolutely beautiful double face candelabra by Chester with exceptionally beautiful cobalt blue glass runs throughout the entire jug. The face has notably extremely large lips nose on both sides of the candelabra. The teeth are made of China plate in the eyes are cobalt decorated. Condition is absolutely gem mint ten, investment grade. These double face candelabras are getting extremely scarce to find due to Chester's health condition and is the main fact that he isn't making wares anymore. Also note the fact that this is a early double face candelabra, circa mid seventies. This is also highly desirable size at 11" Tall.
Chester Hewell double face candelabra. This is an absolutely beautiful double face candelabra by Chester with exceptionally beautiful cobalt blue glass runs throughout th...moree entire jug. The face has notably extremely large lips nose on both sides of the candelabra. The teeth are made of China plate in the eyes are cobalt decorated. Condition is absolutely gem mint ten, investment grade. These double face candelabras are getting extremely scarce to find due to Chester's health condition and is the main fact that he isn't making wares anymore. Also note the fact that this is a early double face candelabra, circa mid seventies. This is also highly desirable size at 11" Tall.

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Marvin Bailey Eyeball Jug

Lot # 11a (Sale Order: 17 of 105)      

Marvin Bailey Eyeball Jug, mint condition

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1835-40's Bacon Level Alabama Double Handle Jar

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 18 of 105)      

Bacon level Alabama double handle stores jar, four gallon capacity. Circa 1835- 1840's that bears a beautiful green alkaline glaze, that is very mature and vibrant with outstanding eye appeal and form. The jar also has five concentric lines that go around the circumference of the jar. This jar is just simply outstanding and the condition is absolutely gem mint 10, with investment quality. This would set well in any Southern stoneware museum or any stoneware collection. This piece is also from the Mobile, Alabama area private collection and is fresh to the market. 18 1/2 Tall.
Bacon level Alabama double handle stores jar, four gallon capacity. Circa 1835- 1840's that bears a beautiful green alkaline glaze, that is very mature and vibrant with o...moreutstanding eye appeal and form. The jar also has five concentric lines that go around the circumference of the jar. This jar is just simply outstanding and the condition is absolutely gem mint 10, with investment quality. This would set well in any Southern stoneware museum or any stoneware collection. This piece is also from the Mobile, Alabama area private collection and is fresh to the market. 18 1/2 Tall.

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Outstanding Lucius Jordan Washington Co. Jar

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 19 of 105)      

Washington County attributed unsigned Lucius Jordan ( LJ ) double handle jar is 4 gallon and around circa 1840s. This jar has outstanding form with a robust cannon ball shape, great double loop handles with a nice semi seated collared rim and to concentric lines going around the jar. The jar has an outstanding alkaline glaze with dark and light caramel earthy colors through the jar. Condition of the jar is near mint. One handle has been knocked off in glued back on it is all the original handle. The re-gluing of the handle was done very well there is no gunk of glue showing and most important it retains the original handle other than that no cracks or repairs small rim Nick inside the inside the jar other than that no issues. Again this is out of a Southern Alabama collection from the Mobile area, and would make a great addition in any Southern pottery collection.
Washington County attributed unsigned Lucius Jordan ( LJ ) double handle jar is 4 gallon and around circa 1840s. This jar has outstanding form with a robust cannon bal...morel shape, great double loop handles with a nice semi seated collared rim and to concentric lines going around the jar. The jar has an outstanding alkaline glaze with dark and light caramel earthy colors through the jar. Condition of the jar is near mint. One handle has been knocked off in glued back on it is all the original handle. The re-gluing of the handle was done very well there is no gunk of glue showing and most important it retains the original handle other than that no cracks or repairs small rim Nick inside the inside the jar other than that no issues. Again this is out of a Southern Alabama collection from the Mobile area, and would make a great addition in any Southern pottery collection.

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Lainer Co. Pitcher One Gallon, Timmerman Shop

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 20 of 105)      

Lanier County one gallon pitcher attribute to Timmerman shop circa 1890s with a outstanding caramel glaze with green hue traces in the pitcher. The picture has great form and eye appeal. Only one chip which is from normal wear. 10" Tall.
Lanier County one gallon pitcher attribute to Timmerman shop circa 1890s with a outstanding caramel glaze with green hue traces in the pitcher. The picture has great for...morem and eye appeal. Only one chip which is from normal wear. 10" Tall.

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Lainer Co. Half Gallon Pitcher Alkaline Glaze

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 21 of 105)      

Lainer County half gallon alkaline glaze pitcher, outstanding glaze with nice iridescence to the alkaline glaze, nice runs. This piece is unique in regards to the fact that it's a mid period piece of Lainer County pottery and Shows the true craftsmanship of the potter. Condition is outstanding just a few minor little glaze nicks on the upper Rim, nothing major or distracting at all. Just typical from normal wear and light use. No cracks or major chips or restorations on this piece. Circa 1880's 7 1/2 Tall
Lainer County half gallon alkaline glaze pitcher, outstanding glaze with nice iridescence to the alkaline glaze, nice runs. This piece is unique in regards to the fact th...moreat it's a mid period piece of Lainer County pottery and Shows the true craftsmanship of the potter. Condition is outstanding just a few minor little glaze nicks on the upper Rim, nothing major or distracting at all. Just typical from normal wear and light use. No cracks or major chips or restorations on this piece. Circa 1880's 7 1/2 Tall

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Stunning Crawford Co. (JHL) John Henry Long jug

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 22 of 105)      

Crawford County signed John Henry Long 3 gallon jug. This is hands down one of the most electrifying eye appealing Crawford County jugs we have ever auctioned off. This piece has a absolutely amazing bluish-green electric colored alkaline runs throughout the entire jug with strong bold dark green alkaline runs accompanying it. It has a great stamp JHL. If you ever wanted a outstanding Crawford County jug with glaze and signature this is it. Condition-normal wear around the rim for the age of the jug, which is typical being utilitarian ware. One small little probe hole in the top left shoulder nothing major. Other than that no other issues or repairs. This piece shows very well. Circa 1880-1890's. 14 Tall.
Crawford County signed John Henry Long 3 gallon jug. This is hands down one of the most electrifying eye appealing Crawford County jugs we have ever auctioned off. This ...morepiece has a absolutely amazing bluish-green electric colored alkaline runs throughout the entire jug with strong bold dark green alkaline runs accompanying it. It has a great stamp JHL. If you ever wanted a outstanding Crawford County jug with glaze and signature this is it. Condition-normal wear around the rim for the age of the jug, which is typical being utilitarian ware. One small little probe hole in the top left shoulder nothing major. Other than that no other issues or repairs. This piece shows very well. Circa 1880-1890's. 14 Tall.

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Marvin Bailey Face Jug

Lot # 16a (Sale Order: 23 of 105)      

Marvin Bailey Face Jug, mint condition...more

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Crawford Co. Ga signed James Yaughn Jug

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 24 of 105)      

Signed "JY" for James Yaughn of Crawford county Georgia one gallon fluid jug, with a outstanding green runny alkaline glaze, heavy bold runs throughout the entire jug. ...moreOutstanding jug with a outstanding glaze and a little harder to find signature which makes this a great addition to any Southern stoneware collection. Condition is basically mint with one minor glaze chip in the handle nothing major or distracting at all. No cracks or repairs. Circa 1880-90's. 11 1/2 Tall.

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Scarce B.S. Salter Muti-Signed Decorated Bean Pot

Lot # 17a (Sale Order: 25 of 105)      

Important two gallon B.S. Salter muti-signed ( Stamped ) decorated jar. This is a rare and outstanding double handle bean pot that MR. Salter stamped many times, unknown ...morewhy. But it is a stellar piece that also has a nice wavy decoration as well. Condition is great it does have a outstanding small glaze flaking color restoration. It retains the original handle, other than that its in great condition. This is hands down on of the finest Jugtown piece Cagle auction company has sold. Noteworthy of any museum or any southern collection.

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