A two gallon stoneware jar marked BOSTON, in an uncommon form and dipped with a rich brown glaze. It was made at the Charlestown pottery of William and John Little in the early 19th C, most likely by Frederick Carpenter. There is a long hairline on the front.
|Dealer||Mad River Antiques, LLC|
|Date:||Early 19th C.|
|Measurements||12 1/4" high|
|Inventory||View Dealer's Inventory|
|Contact||Steve & Lorraine German, (860) 653-5733 or MadRiverAntiques@aol.com|