This one-gallon jug with ash runs and kiln drips by Solomon Loy, 1805–ca 1860, Alamance County, NC, is one of several pieces included in "Great Pots from the Traditions of North & South Carolina," opens on Saturday, May 6 at the North Carolina Pottery Center in Seagrove
This one-gallon jug with ash runs and kiln drips by Solomon Loy, 1805–ca 1860, Alamance County, NC, is one of several pieces included in "Great Pots from the Traditions of North & South Carolina," opens on Saturday, May 6 at the North Carolina Pottery Center in Seagrove JASON DOWDLE
This one-gallon jug with ash runs and kiln drips by Solomon Loy, 1805–ca 1860, Alamance County, NC, is one of several pieces included in "Great Pots from the Traditions of North & South Carolina," opens on Saturday, May 6 at the North Carolina Pottery Center in Seagrove JASON DOWDLE

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