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Rodney Leftwich Face Jug
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Description
During the 1970s, Rodney Leftwich followed the regional folk pottery traditions of western North Carolina. Inspired, he purchased a potters wheel and learned to make pottery. His first pieces included traditional utilitarian forms glazed slips, crushed iron rock, and wood ashes. Rodney also worked at Pisgah Forest Pottery where he revived these old traditions and only recently closed that shop to pursue other pottery interests. This is an uncommon face jug by him dated 1996. Signed RHL. Stands 5" tall.
Condition
Excellent condition. All pottery is inspected and we do our best to note any issues. Please call the gallery for full condition report, see all photos. All sales are final.
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Rodney Leftwich Face Jug

Estimate $100 - $10,000
Jul 09, 2022
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Starting Price $50
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0037: Rodney Leftwich Face Jug

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Est. $100 - $10,000Starting Price $50
LEDBETTER FOLK ART: JULY 9
Jul 09, 2022 10:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0037 Details

Description
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During the 1970s, Rodney Leftwich followed the regional folk pottery traditions of western North Carolina. Inspired, he purchased a potters wheel and learned to make pottery. His first pieces included traditional utilitarian forms glazed slips, crushed iron rock, and wood ashes. Rodney also worked at Pisgah Forest Pottery where he revived these old traditions and only recently closed that shop to pursue other pottery interests. This is an uncommon face jug by him dated 1996. Signed RHL. Stands 5" tall.
Condition
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Excellent condition. All pottery is inspected and we do our best to note any issues. Please call the gallery for full condition report, see all photos. All sales are final.

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