Jughead character jugs produced by Clayton Bailey of Crockett, California circa 1990. Clayton Bailey was an American artist who worked primarily in the mediums of ceramic and metal sculpture. Throughout his career as an artist, Bailey exhibited regularly throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia in both solo and group exhibitions. Face jugs were first made in the early 1800s by slave potters and others in the Edgefield district of South Carolina. Since the 19th century, face jugs have been a sideline of many traditional American potters of the Southeastern United States. Clayton Bailey carried on the tradition making face jugs he calls "Jugheads". Bailey's Jugheads all share one unique and original hidden feature; they all leak from their runny noses.