This large, attractive, and very heavy lug-handled light-colored yellow-green Edgefield churn is marked with three slashes to the shoulder (See Cinda Baldwin's GREAT AND NOBLE JAR, pp. 40, 41, and 78, in reference to slave potters' use of the slash mark). The piece looks double-dipped, with glaze runs from the top midway down the side, and is freckled with iron spots over the body. It has a lid ledge (i.e., is seated for a lid), and its dimensions are 14 1/2" tall, 32" in circumference, 7 " across the lip, and 8" across the base. The churn has several cracks which spidered from an inpact on one side, the most noticeable running from side-to-side across one side of the piece. Another crack runs from under the base up the side a few inches. T is damage to the lip and chips to the handles, and some pop-outs in the glaze. (See photos.) Beautiful color. Very nice for display. I am listing this piece and other Edgefield pieces for an individual who has been collecting Edgefield pottery for some time and whose pieces are fresh to the market. Please see my other listings for more Edgefield pottery. Feel free to ask questions or to request additional information. For additional photographs, please send me your email address. I will also appreciate any information you would like to share about this piece. I ship priority mail and insurance is required. I ship to the USA only. Please add $25 toward shipping. I pack well. Insurance will be calculated at the end of the sale. If you prefer, pickup can also be arranged. If you are not totally satisfied, your payment will be refunded, less the actual cost of mailing and insurance, provided the item is returned in as-sent condition, and we are notified of its receipt and it is returned within ten days of receipt.
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