Rare Stunning Antique Clay whiskey Jug stamped, WW Rolader , William Washington Rolader pottery late 1800’s

Rare Stunning Antique Clay whiskey Jug stamped, WW Rolader , William Washington Rolader pottery late 1800’s

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This is an antique whiskey jug from the Atlanta GA area, crafted by William Washington Rolader in the late 1800s. Rolader worked in the Howell's Mills area alongside his son Don, Thomas B Cofield, and Edward C. Brown. This meticulously fired jug is considered a 'best example' of an Atlanta piece made for the whiskey industry prior to Georgia's 1907 alcohol ban. It showcases Albany slip glazing on both the cylinder and dome, and features a stunning ash-possible alkaline glaze. The shoulder carries W.W. Rolader's stamp.

 

DIMENSIONS: 16"h x 10" w

ITEM TYPE: Three-gallon jug

MATERIALS: Clay

CONDITION: Excellent antique condition, made in the 1800's

COLOR: alkaline/ tobacco spit glaze 

CONDITION NOTES: excellent condition. may show slight use from age and natural use. 

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