This marked Edgefield jar with a pale green glaze is approximately 10 ½" tall, 29" in circumference, 6" across the lip, and 6 ½" across the base. The inverted V is stamped just above the base (See photos). According to The McKissick Museum's catalog CROSSROADS OF CLAY, letters are often stamped near the base of Pottersville pieces (p. 54). Cinda Baldwin, in GREAT AND NOBLE JAR, p. 55., notes that the inverted v, in addition to other marks, was sometimes used at the Trapp-Chandler factory, but usually at or just below the rim. The jar has several chips to the rim and handles, and two hairlines running from the lip. One crack runs from the lip down and around the middle. Two holes are drilled in the base (See photos). 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 District and Southern pottery and furniture. 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, we are notified of its receipt and it is returned within ten days of receipt. We had had problems with individuals contacting bidders and offering them pottery listed on this site at reduced prices and/or for second chance offers. Please be aware that we are not making such offers. .
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