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Jug has straight sides, a rounded shoulder and a loop handle. The white stoneware jug has blue stenciling "SAMUEL SIEGRIST / DISTILLER, / PURE / RYE / WHISKEY. / COSHOCTON. O." William Becker of Bloomingdale, Ohio, donated this jug in 1991.

Stoneware jug was made between 1840-1870. This wheel-thrown vessel is ovoid and has a shaped spout and two attached handles. The color of the piece is salmon and appears quite dark, almost brown. Decorating the exterior of the jug is hand-stenciled…

Redware water cooler is vase shaped. It has a spout at the bottom that is broken. There is a single handle on one side. The neck is decorated with ten raised, applied hearts. There is one applied heart below the handle and another on the opposite…

Stoneware jug was made around 1790 in New York City. This jug is brown, gray and cobalt blue. Incised on the side is "COMMERAW / T. STONEWARE / CORLEARS / HOOK / N. YORK." A strap handle extends from the narrow spout to the body of the jug.

Five-gallon stoneware jug that dates from 1910-1930 is cylindrical. It is white on the bottom and conical and brown on the top. There is a loop handle near the spout. On the body near the shoulder is a blue star within a circle. Inside the star is…

Stoneware jug with a cork stopper has a shiny brown glaze and a small loop handle at the top. It has straight sides and rounded shoulders. The base is unglazed. The five-gallon jug dates from 1880-1910.

Stoneware jug was made around 1910. This tan jug with brown glaze has a wire bail handle with a wooden grip. A stenciled label on the jug reads "BENTON, MYERS, & CO. / CLEVELAND, OHIO." There is a cork stopper. The Ohio Historical Society received…

Enameled-metal colander that dates from 1900-1920 has a round foot and straight sides that angle outward. There are D-shaped side handles. On the sides there are eight groups of thirty punched holes arranged in triangles. In the bottom there are six…

Ceramic food-storage jar has a round base and straight sides. At the neck the jar curves inward. There are two grooves at the rim. The jar has a bail handle with a black wooden grip. White glaze covers the jar except on the base. The lid is round…

Small ceramic colander that dates from 1825-1875 is glazed. The brown, mug-shaped colander has six indentations in the sides and punched holes throughout the vessel. On the bottom of the interior, there are depressions. There is a handle on one side.…

Tin colander dates from 1875-1910. The colander has a tall, round foot and straight sides that angle outward. There are D-shaped handles at the sides. Around the sides there are six stars made up of 26 punches holes each. On the bottom there are…

Glass salt or pepper shaker made by the Federal Glass Company of Columbus, Ohio, dates from 1930-1979. The amber-colored shaker has a heavy round base and a threaded rim. A metal cap with thirteen punched holes fits on the top of the shaker. The…

Ceramic sugar shaker made in England dates from 1800-1840. The shaker has a tall cylindrical body with a domed top with a small round knob finial. Punched in the lid are approximately thirty small holes. There is a large hole on the bottom of the…

Pepper shaker made by the Libbey Glass Manufacturing Co. of Toledo, Ohio, dates from 1936-1955. The shaker has a screw-on mushroom-shaped cap made of stainless steel that is pierced with holes in the shape of a star. The body of the shaker is made of…

Pepper shaker dates from 1936-1955. The shaker has a screw-on cap made of stainless steel that is pierced with ten holes. The body is made of molded clear glass. It has an octagonal base and straight sides. An oval red-and-white sticker on the bottom…

Cut-crystal pepper shaker that dates from 1890-1910 has a round foot with eight panels. The body narrows to the threaded rim. On the sides there are cut ribs, some of which are notched. There are seven punched holes in the top. J. C. Beall of…

Cut-crystal saltshaker that dates from 1890-1910 has a round foot with eight panels. The body narrows to the threaded rim. On the sides there are cut ribs, some of which are notched. There are seven punched holes in the top. J. C. Beall of Columbus,…

Cut-crystal pepper shaker that dates from 1890-1910 is round with sides that narrow to the threaded rim. On the sides there are two groups of seven swirling ribs, between which are two stemmed five-petal flowers. There are seven holes in the top. J.…

Cut-crystal saltshaker that dates from 1890-1910 is round with sides that narrow to the threaded rim. On the sides there are two groups of seven swirling ribs, between which are two stemmed five-petal flowers. There are seven holes in the top. J. C.…

Cut crystal saltcellar dates from 1890-1910. This open saltcellar is round with short sides and a sawtooth rim. There are cut diamonds and fans on the sides. On the underside there is a starburst. J. C. Beall of Columbus, Ohio, donated this item in…

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