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Posted 7 years ago


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I have had this churn for many years and would like to know who made it and if it has any value.

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  1. YardSaleDave, 7 years ago
    My guess would be a western Pennsylvania piece from around 1870's. That type of stencieling is indicitave of work by James Hamilton, Eagle Pottery, but could be a Butler piece. At a good auction it should bring 3 to 4 hundred.
  2. far2busy, 1 year ago
    It may be an E.P Munson churn, Tennessee, Illinois pottery.

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