Rare and Early H & G Nash Utica NY Stoneware Salt Glazed Crock with Cobalt decoration. Andrew Jackson was president of the U. When this jug was made in the 1830s. It has survived almost 200 years with no chips, cracks or repairs, there is one stone pop that has probably been there since it was made.. It was made about 25 years before the American Civil War, a true antique.Signed "H & G Nash Utica", the pottery was operated by Henry and George Nash in Utica New York from about 1832 to 1837 or 1839. Sources differ on the exact year the mark was discontinued but it is a relatively short span which make the jugs that much harder to find. This salt glazed stoneware jug is about 13 tall. The cobalt decoration appears to be a bee or maybe a flower.
It is a hand turned piece that is solid from top to bottom. Measures 12.5" tall, 10.25" wide at the rim and 6.5 at the base. The item "Rare and Early H&G Nash Utica NY Stoneware Salt Glazed Crock Pre Civil War" is in sale since Sunday, December 12, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Primitives". The seller is "bowwowski" and is located in La Grange, North Carolina.
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