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BOBBY BULLHEAD a Folk Art Pottery Face Jug

Bobby Bullhead a Folk Art Pottery Face Jug
Bobby Bullhead a Folk Art Pottery Face Jug

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Ol Bobby Bullhead

Bobby Bullhead operated down behind the graveyard, along the second bend in the river under an old abandoned bridge. Ol Bullhead paid little worry to the law, married to the sheriffs sister as he was. He only had to fear the competition and for good reason, protected by the law as he was he had few friends in the trade.

He suffered many losses, to raids by Danny Boy and his boys. He would find his equipment smashed, and his wares polluted.

Ol Bullhead kept moving ahead despite the set backs he suffered. His wares were only mediocre , BUT readily available because of the protection he was afforded.


This folk art pottery face jug measures 11 inches tall.