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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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Early American Face Vessels from the George H. Meyer Collection

SC State Museum 301 Gervais Street, Columbia

The traditional American stoneware face vessel has become an iconic art form, with important roots in South Carolina. George H. Meyer’s collection of over 100 early American face vessels provides us with the rare opportunity to see the tradition unfold in regions east of the Mississippi River and Texas, from the 1820s to 1940, including […]

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