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Large Set of Pigeon Forge Pottery, 16 pcs. Large grouping of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee pottery including three (3) trivets, one (1) large owl, 9 1/4" H, (damage to tail), one (1) raccoon, four (4) pitchers, one (1) vase, one (1) large mug, two (2) bowls, two (2) bear paw trays, and one (1) candleholder marked WJ Gordy. 16 pieces total. 20th century. Condition: All pieces very good condition except where noted in description. 225.00 - 325.00


Pair of Large East TN Preserving Jars, attrib. Mor A Pair of Large East Tennessee transitional stoneware pottery preserving jars with channeled rims for lids. 10 3/4" H and 11" H. Attributed to the Mort family of Jefferson County, Tennessee. Both third quarter of 19th century. Condition: One jar with a hairline crack and chips around rim. The other overall good condition. 300.00 - 400.00

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East TN Pottery Jar, Weaver Brothers East TN pottery jar, attributed to Weaver Brothers. Stamped "2" denoting the gallon capacity. Gallon capacity stamp design is very similar to marked Weaver Bro. forms with similar gallon capacity stamp designs. 11 1/2" H x 8" dia. Late 19th century. Note: The Weaver pottery was listed in the Knoxville business directory from 1876-1887 with David Weaver listed as the proprietor and George C. Weaver as a potter ("A Survey of Historic Pottery Making in Tennessee 1979", Division of Archeology, Tennessee Department of Conservation, Smith and Rogers). Provenance: Collection of Dr. Charles and Terry Faulkner. Condition: Overall very good condition with 3/4" chip to rim. 200.00 - 250.00

Middle Tennessee jar, possibly Lafever Middle Tennessee pottery jar with buff stoneware body and dark slip glaze interior. Incised "6" denoting gallon capacity. Attributed to the Lafever pottery of Middle Tennessee. For similar jars with similar gallon capacity script refer to page 80, figure 15 of "A Survey of Historic Pottery Making In Tennessee 1979", Division of Archaeology, Tennessee Department of Conservation.18 1/2" H. Late 19th century. Note: A similar Lafever pottery jar sold in our April 19th, 2008 auction (Lot #75). Condition: Some glaze slip stains/drips to exterior. Spider hairline crack to body near one handle. 275.00 - 325.00


2 East TN Liquor Jugs, Nickels & Fincannon Two Bristol, Tennessee liquor jugs. 1st item - J A Nickels liquor jug, beige over brown body with gilt lettering "J. A. Nickels Bristol, Tenn", gilt band around spout with purple and green flower decoration. 8-1/2" H. 19th century. 2nd item - Miniature W. A. Fincannon & Co. liquor jug, dark brown over beige with stenciled cobalt lettering " W. A. Fincannon & Co. Bristol, Tenn." 2-3/4" H 19th century. Condition: 1st item - Wear to gilt decoration. Handle broken and missing. 2nd item - Some chipping, slight losses to spout. 200.00 - 250.00


2 East TN Mort Family Pottery Items Two (2) East Tennessee pottery, attributed the Mort family pottery of Jefferson County, TN. Items including a transitional stoneware pottery canning jar with bulbous body and channeled rim for lid (9" H) and a straight sided pottery jar (6 5/8" H). Both third quarter of 19th century. Condition: Canning jar with scattered shallow chips to inner rim, body, and base. Straight jar very good condition with various firing flaws to body. 250.00 - 350.00

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Case Antiques, Inc. - June 30 2012 Auction Catalog  

Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appaisals June 30, 2012 Auction starts at 9:30am Eastern and will be held in the historic Cherokee Mills buil...