• Item 3227


    Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful Exquisitely Molded Little Jug made for "James E. Pepper, Lexington, K.Y., Est. 1780.  Geo. H. Smith, Distributor,  Utica, N.Y." 


    It was made by the Whites of Utica, New York Pottery between 1890 and 1907 when Whites made its fabulous molded stoneware. This piece is featured with different advertising in Christopher Bensch, The Blue and the Gray: Oneida County Stoneware, p. 24.


    This beauty features a Fancy Borders Defining the Middle with Four Lines of Advertising on the Front and a Bouquet of Roses on the Back.  The bottom of the spout sports a row of dots and a small label "Purest and Best", while the shoulder wears a garland of flowers.  Strong mold lines and coloration. Stands 7 3/4" tall.


    Excellent Condition. A tiny pinhead-size nibble on two letters.  That's it! No spout or base chips, hairlines, cracks, stains, or restoration. 


    A very uncommon jug crossing the Kentucky, New York, Blue and Gray, and Whiskey collecting categories.


    Ships double-boxed, insured, and FREE

    James Pepper, Lexington, Kentucky, Stoneware Whiskey Jug, by Whites Utica

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