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JOHN D. HEATWOLE ATTRIBUTED, ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH
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JOHN D. HEATWOLE ATTRIBUTED, ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, semi-ovoid wide-mouth form with lower incised ring, broad flat-top rim, and beveled foot. Brushed cobalt decoration comprising a male and female bird, one with a comb and large tail feathers, probably representing a rooster and hen. Attributed to John D. Heatwole (1826-1907), Dry River Pottery (active circa 1850-1890). Circa 1865-1880. 8" H, 8" D rim.
Published: Evans/Suter - A Great Deal of Stone & Earthen Ware, p. 73, fig. 117.
Provenance: Collection of Maxine and the late Carlton Rinaca, Shenandoah, VA._x000D_
Exhibited: "'A Great Deal of Stone & Earthen Ware,' The Rockingham County, Virginia School of Folk Pottery", Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, September 7 - December 30, 2004, No. 117 (with exhibition label).
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Undamaged.
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JOHN D. HEATWOLE ATTRIBUTED, ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH

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0005: JOHN D. HEATWOLE ATTRIBUTED, ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH

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JOHN D. HEATWOLE ATTRIBUTED, ROCKINGHAM CO., SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA DECORATED STONEWARE CROCK, salt-glazed, approximately one-gallon capacity, semi-ovoid wide-mouth form with lower incised ring, broad flat-top rim, and beveled foot. Brushed cobalt decoration comprising a male and female bird, one with a comb and large tail feathers, probably representing a rooster and hen. Attributed to John D. Heatwole (1826-1907), Dry River Pottery (active circa 1850-1890). Circa 1865-1880. 8" H, 8" D rim.
Published: Evans/Suter - A Great Deal of Stone & Earthen Ware, p. 73, fig. 117.
Provenance: Collection of Maxine and the late Carlton Rinaca, Shenandoah, VA._x000D_
Exhibited: "'A Great Deal of Stone & Earthen Ware,' The Rockingham County, Virginia School of Folk Pottery", Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, September 7 - December 30, 2004, No. 117 (with exhibition label).
Condition
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Undamaged.

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