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Auction Description for Mebane Antique Auction: North Carolina Pottery Catalog Session
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ATTENTION POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If you are bidding more than $10,000.00 Dollars in an event, you must contact Mebane Antique Auction Gallery prior to day of sale to have bidding amount increased. We like to keep our online sessions running as smoothly as possible and like to have our bidders prepared as possible.
Sale Notes:
ATTENTION POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If you are bidding more than $10,000.00 Dollars in an event, you must contact Mebane Antique Auction Gallery prior to day of sale to have bidding amount increased. We like to keep our online sessions running as smoothly as possible and like to have our bidders prepared as possible.
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Items are sold "AS IS" "WHERE IS" with no guarantee of any kind


The buyer should rely entirely on their own inspection, research, and information BEFORE BIDDING.



RETURNS:
All sales are final. It is your responsibility to inspect an item for condition or authenticity before purchasing it. No refunds are given.

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Bidders are responsible for knowing which item they are bidding on. Bidder should NOT bid if they are unsure of what they are bidding on. Once you have won the bid you have effected a contract and WILL BE expected to pay for this item.

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All announcements made on the DAY of the auction take precedence over any printed material.

Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is providing internet pre-auction and live bidding as a service to the bidder. The bidder acknowledged and understands that this service may or may NOT function correctly on the day of the auction. Under NO circumstances shall the bidder have any kind of claim against Mebane Antique Auction Gallery or anyone else if the internet services fail to work correctly before or during the live auction. Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is not responsible for any bids missed from any source. Internet bidders who desire to make certain their bid is acknowledged should use the proxy-bidding feature and leave their MAXIMUM bid 24 hours before the live auction begins.

AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE:
Jon Lambert, Owner of Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is licensed by the North Carolina Auctioneer Licensing Board (NCALB) under NCAL#5307.

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Mebane Antique Auction Gallery complies with the rules and regulations of NCALB.

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We are required to charge North Carolina sales tax at the current rate unless you provide us with a valid resale number at registration. No sales tax is charged for purchases shipped out of state. Property picked up at Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is subject to North Carolina sales tax, even if you live out-of-state (unless you provide us with a valid resale number).
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North Carolina Pottery Catalog Session (36 Lots)

by Mebane Antique Auction

February 24, 2017, 6:00 PM EST

Live Auction

Mebane, NC, USA

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North Carolina Two Gallon Jug

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Late 19th Century; 14 inches height; one handle jug, with alkaline glaze, has incised 2 at upper shoulder, grooved handle, overall condition is outstanding; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Jacob Doris Craven North Carolina Storage Jar

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: Late 19th Century; 10.75 inches height; storage jar, with salt glaze, impressed at upper shoulder J.D. Craven, overall condition is excellent with very minor chips at upper rim; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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South Carolina Jug

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Late 19th Century; 16 inches height; one handle, three gallon jug; beautiful light tan glaze throughout, has incised 3 at upper shoulder beside handle, overall condition is outstanding with one minor chip at inner spout otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Southern Jug

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Late 19th Century; 10 inches height; one handle jug, possibly Alabama or Georgia, unmarked, has minor chip on inner spout otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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South Carolina Stacker Jug

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Late 19th Century; 8.75 inches height; light green/grey glaze; has minor chip at spout otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Buncombe County North Carolina Jug

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Late 19th Century; 7.75 inches height; one handle jug, has impressed key at upper shoulder, overall condition is excellent and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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John Franklin Seagle North Carolina Crock

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Late 19th Century; 14 inches height; ovoid 3 gallon storage crock; has outstanding alkaline glaze, two large applied handles, impressed at upper shoulder JFS with 3 below, overall condition is excellent and original, has tiny chips at handle otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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James M. Hayes North Carolina Jug

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: Late 19th Century; 8.5 inches height; one handle jug, salt glaze, has rings at upper shoulder with beautiful impressed large stamp J.M Hayes below rings, overall condition is outstanding and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Early Georgia Jug

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: Late 19th Century; 14 inches height; one handle jug; has outstanding watermelon thick drip glaze throughout body, unmarked, overall condition is outstanding and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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W.T. Macon North Carolina Milk Crock

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: Late 19th Century; 7.5 inches height; milk crock, salt glaze, stamped at upper shoulder W.T. Macon, has minor chips at rim, otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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J.W. Teague Longleaf North Carolina Milk Crock

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Late 19th Century; 7 inches height; milk crock salt glaze, stamped at upper shoulder J.W. Teague Longleaf NC, has large chip on upper rim otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Jacob Doris Craven North Carolina Lidded Butter Crock

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: Late 19th Century; 7.5 inches height, 7.5 inches diameter; beautiful lidded butter crock, has two large applied lug handles, two incised rings at upper neck, has outstanding stamp below handle marked J.D. Craven, has original matching salt glaze lid with center finial, overall condition is outstanding and original, has very minor scratches otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Western North Carolina Decorated Jug

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Late 19th Century; 15 inches height; three gallon, one handle ovoid jug; has dark alkaline glaze, has incised sine waves and rings at upper shoulder, unmarked, has lite blue rutile glaze at handle, overall condition is excellent and original with very minor chip at spout otherwise great condition; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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North Carolina Dirt Dish

Estimate: $150 - $300

Description: Mid 19th Century; 9.5 inches diameter; beautiful orange lead glaze with lite green oxidation, has minor chips at rim otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Current bid: $75 (1 bid)

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North Carolina Dirt Dish

Estimate: $150 - $300

Description: Mid 19th Century; 9.75 inches diameter; has lite orange glaze, minor chip at rim otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Current bid: $75 (1 bid)

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North Carolina Dirt Dish

Estimate: $150 - $300

Description: Mid 19th Century; 10 inches diameter; mustard yellow glaze, has knife marks throughout, minor glaze loss, otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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North Carolina Dirt Dish

Estimate: $150 - $300

Description: Mid 19th Century; 10 inches diameter; beautiful orange glaze, with minor pooling, minor glaze chips otherwise excellent overall condition; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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North Carolina Dirt Dish

Estimate: $150 - $300

Description: Mid 19th Century; 10.25 inches diameter; dark brown orange glaze, scattered scratches, otherwise excellent overall condition; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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North Carolina Dirt Dish

Estimate: $150 - $300

Description: Late 19th Century; 10.5 inches diameter; mustard yellow glaze, minor chips at rim otherwise excellent overall condition; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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North Carolina Dirt Dish

Estimate: $150 - $300

Description: Mid 19th Century; 11 inches diameter; orange brown glaze, showing knife marks, scattered scratches, and glaze loss otherwise excellent overall condition; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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William Henry Chrisco North Carolina Jug

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: Late 19th Century; 13 inches height; one handle jug, unusual glaze, stamped at upper shoulder W.H. Chrisco, nice applied handle, overall condition is excellent and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Jacob Doris Craven North Carolina Jug

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: Late 19th Century; 13 inches height, salt glaze, has stamp beside handle J.D. Craven, overall condition is excellent and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Starting bid: $100 (0 bids)

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Jacob Doris Craven North Carolina Jug

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: Late 19th Century; 13.5 inches height; beautiful salt glaze, has stamp at upper shoulder J.D. Craven, overall condition is excellent and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Hickory NC Scratch Jug

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Late 19th Century; 3.5 inches height; has dark alkaline glaze, one handle squatty jug; has hand incised script at upper shoulder Hickory NC, overall condition is excellent, has minor chip on interior of spout otherwise great; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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North Carolina Jug

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Late 19th Century; 18 inches height; one handle, molasses jug, has dark alkaline glaze, impressed 5 at upper shoulder, overall condition is excellent and original; Provenance: Recently Discovered by NC Picker

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North Carolina Seagle School Jug

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: Mid 19th Century; 14.5 inches height; one handle ovoid jug, beautiful alkaline glaze with ash at lower body, has rings at neck, and grooved handle, unmarked, has minor chip at spout otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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W. Davis North Carolina Crock

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: Mid 19th Century; 12 inches height; beautiful salt glaze two gallon crock, applied handles, has stamp below handles W. Davis with 2 below, very well potted thin body, overall condition is outstanding and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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North Carolina Decorated Jar

Estimate: $150 - $300

Description: Mid 19th Century; 10 inches height; ovoid two handle jar, has four incised rings at neck with sine wave at upper shoulder, beautiful light green alkaline glaze, unmarked, overall condition is outstanding and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Sylvanus Leander Hartsoe North Carolina Storage Jar

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: Mid 19th Century; 11.25 inches height; storage jar, has alkaline glaze, marked at upper shoulder S.L.H, with (5) rings below and impressed 1 for gallon capacity, overall condition is excellent and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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John Franklin Seagle North Carolina Jug

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: Mid 19th Century; 10 inches height; half gallon, one handle jug; has incised ring at neck, stamped at upper shoulder JFS _ , has beautiful lite green alkaline glaze, Note: opening of spout is larger than normal, overall condition is excellent and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Early Western North Carolina

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Mid 19th Century; 9.75 inches height; ovoid, has light green alkaline glaze, one handle jug, has incised rings at neck and upper shoulder, unmarked, has minor base chip otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Jesse J. Jordan North Carolina Jug

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Mid 19th Century; 10.75 inches height; one handle jug, stamped at upper shoulder J. Jordan, has beautiful thick salt glaze body, overall condition is outstanding and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Starting bid: $200 (0 bids)

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Jacob Doris Craven North Carolina Jug

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: Mid 19th Century; 10.75 inches height; one handle jug, salt glaze, unusual spout form, stamped below handle J.D. Craven, has minor chip on inner spout otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Reems Creek Pottery North Carolina Jug

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: Late 19th Century; 11.5 inches height; one handle jug, has brown green alkaline glaze throughout, top of shoulder has R with backward S, overall condition is outstanding and original, has minor base chip otherwise excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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North Carolina Miniature Jug

Estimate: $50 - $100

Description: Late 19th Century; 5.5 inches height; has dark alkaline glaze, unmarked, overall condition is excellent; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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Starting bid: $25 (0 bids)

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North Carolina Johnnie Miniature Jug

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: Late 19th Century; 5 inches height; one handle jug, with alkaline glaze over Albany body, has hand incised Johnnie at upper shoulder, overall condition is excellent and original; Provenance: Rogers Collection

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