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VINTAGE Treasure Trove
Southern Folk Art Pottery Pig Jug
$495.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR multi
CONDITION Excellent
DIMENSIONS 7" L x 8.6" W x 8.5" H
ERA Vintage
MADE OF clay
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jul 03 - Jul 06
RETURNS This item is non-returnable. You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. See our Return Policy for details.
Treasure Trove's roots lie in founder Hal Robert Hody's keen interest in travel and his unique design aesthetic. Inspired by many cultures, he finds rare vintage Asian, European, and African objects and textiles, which form the basis and inspiration of his creative vision.
Why we love this
Original folk art jug, depicting a pig. Even though it is a bit difficult to read, the back is inscribed "Ready for pignic". There is a symbol on the side which is the potters signature, and the initials "R.R. # 1 with Ready for a Pignic W.A/ Flowers are incised and painted on the bottom.
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