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    Woodland Period Click image for larger version

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  • #2
    That's a good sized piece. I miss finding GA pottery...it's addictive.
    "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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    • #3
      Nice example glen

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      • SurfaceHunter
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        Worn from the creek but I could see the design pretty good

    • #4
      Originally posted by Kentucky point View Post
      That's a good sized piece. I miss finding GA pottery...it's addictive.
      I wish I had noticed the crack in it cause by the time I got back to my truck I had 2 pieces

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      • Kentucky point
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        Durn it. Could you fix it with super glue?

      • Jethro355
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        Hey KP, elmer’s Glue like we used in school is the best. It holds great, dries clear, and not too fast...

      • SurfaceHunter
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        I could but will probably let the person I’m saving them for do it. I found some plain also but I didn’t save it. I like the printed pieces cause you can actually date a area with them.

    • #5
      Cool find. Never find them much bigger than a quarter around here.
      Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan

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      • #6
        My friend has found them almost completely whole but my biggest piece has been around 6 inches and I have found some pottery legs before but don’t have any to share. The legs were attached after the pots were finished so they will fall off handles the same attached after the pots were fired

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        • #7
          That is so incredible!! Don’t you just wonder what it held, who used it, was it a favorite?!

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          • SurfaceHunter
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            Women made the pots it probably was used in the cooking process or for water
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