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Hi, Just thought I would share a few photos of my early Stoneware. Hope you like it.
date them to around 1860-1890. They (7 of the 8) stand 3-7/8", top is 3-1/8 diam; base is 1-3/4" diam. Appear to hold 4 oz fluid. 1 is larger 3-1/4" diam at top, and 5-1/4" tall. I would guess they were made in the Ohio River Valley. I have searched everywhere for something similar without results. Has anybody ever seen stoneware drinking tumblers?
Help? I have a brown glazed teapot; appears to be primitive. Is built atop a rock. A rock, blackened from use on a hot stove or fire forms the bottom of this 4 cup teapot. Probably is redware-Americana. Any comments?
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