An uncommon early 19th C. stoneware jar marked “Charlestown” and stamped with two Gs to indicate capacity.
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An uncommon early 19th C. stoneware jar marked “Charlestown” and stamped with two Gs to indicate capacity. It has a rich two-toned brown glaze and was most likely made by Frederick Carpenter at the pottery of either John Little or Benjamin Edmands in Charlestown, Massachusetts. It measures 13” high and has are some chips and firing imperfections. Firing imperfections on the bottom interior have been filled.
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