1. James Keiller & Son's Dundee Marmalade

    James Keiller & Son's Dundee Marmalade

    Reconstructed this Dundee Marmalade jar from a heap of fragments.
  2. Pre-Civil War Stoneware Bottle

    Pre-Civil War Stoneware Bottle

    The bottle is stamped 'A&W FEYH'. The initials stand for Alexander & William Feyh, who operated out of Manhattan in the 1850's. According to my references this bottle dates to approximately 1859.
  3. 1 Pt. Stoneware Whiskey Jug

    1 Pt. Stoneware Whiskey Jug

    This is a 1 Pt. whiskey jug that I excavated on the site of an old speakeasy that operated in the early 1920's. It was most certainly used to store illicitly manufactured/imported alcohol during prohibition. Found June 16th 2023.
  4. Two 1 Pt. Stoneware Whiskey Jugs, Clay Pipe Bowl, Clay Marbles, Silver Dime, etc.

    Did some digging last evening on the site of an old 1920's speakeasy. From my past excavations here it is clear they had a good time up until the summer of 1924 when the artifacts abruptly stop (last dated newspaper from August 24th 1924). Anyway here are some of the finds from my latest dig...
  5. Blobs, Meds, Stoneware, 1893 Whistle, etc. (May 7th 2023)

    These are all finds from a dig I conducted last evening at my 1924-capped landfill, May 7th 2023: The large bottles include: 1. Tooled blob C. V. Garrison Flushing L.I. made by the Karl Hutter bottling works in 1908. 2. Tooled blob amber bottle, no markings. 3. Machine-made Artic Fruit Juice...
  6. One Gallon Stoneware Jug

    One Gallon Stoneware Jug

    An unmarked one gallon stoneware jug I excavated on April 26th 2023.
  7. McCoy 5 Gallon Stoneware Jug

    McCoy 5 Gallon Stoneware Jug

    This is a 5 gallon stoneware jug I excavated on Feb. 15. It was made by the McCoy Sanitary Stoneware Company, likely some time between 1910-1930. It is white with a brown glazed top and features a small blue number 5 within a crest topped by the letter M (for McCoy).
  8. Jug, Blob, Med, Key, etc.

    Jug, Blob, Med, Key, etc.

    Finds of January 27th 1. Parker's Hair Balsam 2. Peer-Amid Re Umberto 3. Fred Schierenbeck Bottling Co. 403-405 East 101 Street. 4. One Gallon Stoneware Jug 5. A little whiskey sampler 6. Brass key
  9. Wash Basin/Pitcher/Soap Dish ID

    Hello, I was curious if anyone could ID the Basin/Pitcher/Soap Dish; I believe they are a set. The third and fourth pictures are of the underside of the pitcher and basin, respectively. I was unable to find any marks on the soap dish. I am not knowledgeable about stoneware, and I appreciate any...
  10. Chicken Waterer

    Chicken Waterer

    A late 19th c. - early 20th c. stoneware chicken waterer or "poultry fountain" (center) along with other various finds including an early brass camera aperture and two 1883 pattern glass electrical insulators.
  11. 1 1/2 Gallon Stoneware Crock

    1 1/2 Gallon Stoneware Crock

    Late 19th C. - Early 20th C. stoneware storage crock. White glazed ceramic with blue glaze number "1 1/2" displayed on exterior. Interior is brown glaze. Significant section of the pottery is missing. One smaller section was located in hole and returned to its proper configuration.
  12. Whiskey Jug

    Whiskey Jug

    These are all finds from a relic hunt I conducted on April 14th 2022. A complete whiskey jug from the late 19th to turn of the 20th century, a Dundee Marmalade jar, a slug-plate embossed blob-top beer bottle, brass skeleton key, and an old tobacco pipe.
  13. Help With Older Face Jug Makers Mark

    This appears to be an older face jug with the only identification mark is an "L" under the left ear. Any leads would be very much appreciated....thanks.
  14. Trying to identify a makers mark on a kettle that I found

    Hello, I found this kettle set the other day with a makers mark on the bottom of it. I believe it may be Russian but I'm not completely sure. I'm really having a hard time finding out anything about it so if anyone could look at it and let me know if you have any ideas it would be much...
  15. Incised Mark on Stoneware Mug?

    I have this (salt-gazed?) piece of studio pottery and I was wondering if anyone could help me identify the mark. I've been on a few studio pottery mark databases but can't seem to find this one. Many thanks.
  16. Love Field Potteries Churn #1 Stonware

    Found this over the weekend. I did some research but can find nothing about this size #1 churn. Any info is appreciated!
  17. Red Stoneware & Blue and White China

    Hello, I found these in Western New York. I am most interested in the thin red stoneware piece. Anyone know that it could be from? And if anyone knows the pattern to any of the other blue and white china pieces it is appreciated. Thank you for your time, T
  18. nuka glaze vase /blue stoneware vase WVB signed? Help Identify please!It's a bueaty

    nuka glaze vase /blue stoneware vase WVB signed? Help Identify please!It's a beauty Hey guys Hope you all are doing well! I picked up this Vase along with another one(post that one later) at a goodwill several months ago. It is VERY Beautiful actually enjoying it as a decorative. I have a Good...
  19. Pre 1976 Salt-Glazed Stoneware Stein - Rosenau Brewery

    Hi there! Picked up an old German stein from an estate sale that looks to be from the Rosenau Brewery. There is no mark on the bottom. From what I understand, this was a brewery in Heilbronn that merged with the Cluss brewery, which then closed in 2010. I've seen a number of glass pieces...
  20. Help with Colonial stoneware jar?

    Hi all, I was at someone's farm house and was walking around the property when I noticed a massive fallen tree. I always check the exposed roots of fallen trees to see if any goodies are sticking out. This time there was what appeared to be a stoneware jar of some kind stuck in the main root...