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Thomas Chandler (1810-1854) - Water Cooler Jug. Alkaline Glazed and Slip

S.C. Chandler Artist Georgia: Big Dave Edgefield Jug

Edgefield, SC Stoneware Storage Jar on

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218: North Carolina Pottery Jug by Burlon B. Craig on

“Give me silver or give me gold/though they are dangerous to our soul July – Dave (slave potter) Edgefield, SC

412: Edgefield Dist. stoneware storage jar, signed Dave on

Figure 40. Figure 40. Pitcher, Trapp and Chandler Pottery, Edgefield District, South Carolina ...

Storage Jar Made by David Drake (Dave the Potter), American, 1800 -

Edgefield Stoneware storage jar, Pottersville on

Very fine half-gallon decorated stoneware jug on

Very Rare Stoneware Face Jug, att. Miles Mill Pottery, Edgefield District, SC

Figure 14. Figure 14. Storage jar, Thomas Chandler Pottery, Edgefield District, South Carolina ...

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Double-handled stoneware storage jar, Alabama on

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Posts about face jugs on Dexter Pottery

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Dave the Potter or David Drake is one of the most significant and compelling but understudied artists in the history of American art.

Decorated Thomas Chandler Edgefield

Southern Harvest Jug, prob. Edgefield on

Edgefield stoneware face pitcher attributed to Baynham

442: Pottery Pitcher, Probably Georgia on

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NC Pottery Jug, Wood & Loy (Alamance County 1880-1900), salt glazed stoneware, pint size, clear mark below handle.7.25 in.

Extremely Rare and Important Edgefield, South Carolina, Stoneware Face Harvest Jug

Stoneware glazed face jug attributed to the Edgefield District of South Carolina, about Now in a private collection sold by David A. Schorsch at the 2002 ...

S.C. Chandler Artist Georgia: Big Dave Edgefield Jug. See more. Leaf Raker Purgatory

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Dave Drake (c. Lewis Miles Pottery, Edgefield District, South Carolina 1853 Alkaline-glazed stoneware 14 x 12 x 11 in. American Folk Art Museum, ...

Extremely Rare and Important "Dave / Jan 13 - 1862 / Lm" Edgefield District, SC Stoneware Jar -- Lot 74 -- July 2016 Stoneware Auction

Figure 42. Figure 42. Spirits jug, Thomas Chandler Pottery, Edgefield District, South Carolina ...

Edgefield pottery offered for sale. Valuable vintage stoneware including pottery made by Dave the Slave, Thomas Chandler, Abner Landrum.

Figure 1. Figure 1. Detail of jug, Thomas Chandler, Edgefield District, South Carolina ...

Edgefield Pottery by the great potter Dave, a slave, 1851

Old edgefield pottery moonshine replica jug

Jug by the infamous "Dave the Slave". Dave goes by many names including

CHANDLER / MAKER, Edgefield, SC Stoneware Pottery Jug -- Lot 297 --

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edgefield face jug stoneware face jug attributed to bath aiken county . Edgefield jugs are my favorite.

This Thomas Chandler water cooler has a presale estimate of $60,000 to $90,000. (photo: contributed)

Figure 31. Figure 31. Face jug, Edgefield District, South Carolina ...

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Jug attributed to Abner Landrum's Pottersville Stoneware Manufactory, dated 1821; note double-collared neck. H. 14 inches. Private collection; courtesy of ...

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Syrup jug by Edgefield-trained potter Jefferson S. Nash (stamped “JS NASH”), Marion County, Texas, 1850s; note Edgefield-style double-collared neck.

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Figure 50. Figure 50. Jug, Thomas Chandler Pottery, Edgefield District, South Carolina ...

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Private collection; photo by David Greear, courtesy of Folk Pottery Museum of Northeast Georgia. Chandler's main competition in ...

Figure 28. Figure 28. Face jug, Edgefield District, South Carolina ...

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Food-storage jar signed “Dave” (David Drake) with his “sun moon and stars” poem, dated July 29, 1858. H: 20.25 inches. Private collection, photo by David ...

Stoneware with Thomas Chandler-style slip-decoration by Chester Hewell, Gillsville, Georgia, 2008. The Hewells are aware of their connection to the ...

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The term “Edgefield pottery” is used to identify alkaline-glazed stoneware first produced in Edgefield District in the 1810s. Edgefield pottery blends the ...

The photo below is some of my family including my great grandad at their store called Dennys in Saluda South Carolina. The photo was taken in 1892.

a slave-made face jug, circa 1860's

Monday, November 16, 2009

When I was a kid and went to the Harry S. Truman library, the Benton murals struck me like nothing else ever has. I was in the third grade.

This early face jug from the mid-1800s has a presale estimate of $15,000 to $25,000. (photo: contributed)

I would hope to have a show with some of this work, but I can never bring myself to approach anyone. I used to and they would look at me it seemed ...

Terry Ferrell, who celebrated his 92nd birthday this week, has been researching collecting and lecturing about Edgefield pottery for much of his life.

Rare Brumbelow (Jugtown, Ga.) jug-within-a-jug, with flower and snake decoration (est. $2,000-$4,000)

Andrew Stephenson, Vase With Glass Runs. Wood fired and salt glazed, 2016. $285.

Vicky Smith, Extinct Species: Gray Heron last sighted 1999. Wood fired stoneware with porcelain slip, 2017. $550.

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When Mark Albertin and I first sat down and discussed attempting a documentary about Dave and the context of his life, one of our goals was to create a ...

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Sid Luck, Face Jug. Wood fired, salt glazed, 2017. $125.

Hitomi Shibata, A Jar. STARworks clay, Cone 13, 2015. NFS

... attributed to Kirbee, can be visited at the Universtiy of Texas at San Antonio. The khaki color is deceiving... note the peachy tones where the chips on ...

Warren Frederick, Ovoid. Wood fired stoneware, natural ash glaze, 2016. $1500.

Straight mugs, Hamish Jackson. Glazed inside and rim with FHC, slip trailed outside. The one on the left was buried in wood ash.

Two Color Swirl Face Jug.

David Stuempfle, Pitcher. Wood fired, salt glazes, local stoneware, 2005. NFS.

#1 Wood-Fired Salt Glazed Devil Face Jug.

Ben Owen III, Genie Bottle. Copper and ash glaze, local stoneware 2017. $3600.

Believe it or not, this sad, bottomless jar found at the Kirbee Pottery in Montgomery County is a Texas treasure, a symbol of pioneer spirit and American ...

From Crossroads of Clay, McKissick Museum, Univ. of South Carolina.

Speak, See, Hear No Evil Face Jug.

Stoneware, fired in Anagama kiln. $4500.

John Landrum, of Edgefield District, South Carolina.

Chandler Pottery (attrib.). Stoneware Jug.

Will Dickert, Basket, NC stoneware, high iron slip, wood fired to cone 12, 2017. $495.

Fortunately, literature on the subject of Southern stoneware and Edgefield pottery ...

Ibrahim Said demo pots.

Some of the diversity in the Kirbee forms can be attributed to the differences between the pottery styles of the Landrum brothers of Edgefield.

Charles Lisk. Runny-Eyed Face Churn.

Vernon Owens, Candle Sticks in Black Oil Spot. Wood fired, glazed and salted, 2016. $245.

Devil Face Jug.

I like the handles on this pot.