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    Posted 4 months ago

    Angus100
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    This was dragged up in a fishing net, on George’s Bank, in the gulf of Maine. I have had it for about 20 years. The fisherman who gave it to me is dead.
    Tried contacting the University of Southern Maine. No reply. Any information would be appreciated.
    9 1/2” tall, 6” wide at the widest section, 4” on the opening…unglazed, but bluish tint to interior

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    1. dav2no1 dav2no1, 4 months ago
      Pretty amazing it survived all that..
    2. dav2no1 dav2no1, 4 months ago
      The shape is very distinct. I was trying to compare it to older Maine pottery. Then I thought maybe from a fishing vessel?

      I think you should contact some local pottery places. Or you local historical society..I've found these places to be very helpful

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