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Four (4) Virginia stoneware pottery items including: one (1) 3 gallon cylindrical stoneware jar having lug handles and cobalt decoration along the neck; impressed maker's mark below one handle reading "J. Eberly & Bro./Strasburg, VA", (13 3/4" H); one (1) J. M. Hickerson salt glazed stoneware bowl stamped "J. M. Hickerson/Strausberg, VA (5 1/4" H x 10 1/2" dia.); one (1) stoneware bowl with cobalt tulip decoration around the upper body (6" H x 9 3/8" dia.), possibly Magee pottery of Washington Co., VA; and one (1)salt glazed stoneware preserving jar stamped "W. H. Lehew Strausberg/VA" (7" H). All pieces Late 19th century. Provenance: Brad Swanson Collection, Abingdon, VA. CONDITION: Hickerson bowl with with hairline spider crack to one side with chips to rim. Large Eberly jar with firing flaw to rim, chipping to handles. Tulip bowl with scattered chipping to rim. Preserving jar overall good condition.