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1st item: Alabama stoneware jug with bands of inscribed decoration to the Albany slip body including an inscribed chain link aroung the upper neck, loops to the mid-section and base. Found in the Huntsville, Alabama area. 10 3/4" H. 2nd item: Alkaline glaze stoneware pottery pitcher stamped "JCB" on the body near the handle terminus, possibly for James Bloom working in North Carolina. Interior with white slip glaze. 10 3/4" H. Both Late 19th/early 20th century. 3rd item: Middle TN stoneware jar with double strap handles and grey slip glaze. 15 1/2" H. 4th item: East Tennessee lead glazed earthenware pitcher, possibly Greene Co., having incised line decoration around the upper shoulder, strap handle and footed base. 8 1/2" H. 19th century. Provenance: Private Knoxville, Tennessee collection. CONDITION: 1st item: Some chips to base that appear to be in the making. Pop to glaze on lower body, possibly in the making. 2nd item: Hairline cracks beginning at rim along both sides of handle, approx. 3" L. Scattered glaze exfoliation to body and base. 3rd item: 2 small chips to body, possibly firing flaws to glaze. 4th item: Several losses to rim and side of handle. Old repaired break to handle. Scattered abrasions to the body.