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Three Southern pottery salt glaze forms. 1st item – Southern salt glazed stoneware jug with green and brown appearance, script on the shoulder "one", possibly denoting gallon capacity, appears to have a pulled handle. 11" height. Late 19th century. 2nd item – Stoneware preserving jar form with green and brown appearance. 8 7/8" height. Late 19th/Early 20th century. 3rd item: Salt glaze stoneware jug, marked "J. D. Bishop Woodward, GA" (working 1888 to 1904, refer to Brothers in Clay, pg. 191). 71/4" height. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Northern GA estate. CONDITION: 1st item – tight hairline runs vertical from base to handle. 2nd item – minor fleabites to inner edge of rim. 3rd item – portion of handle missing, minor rim chips to spout.