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Group of three (3) North Carolina salt glazed stoneware items including 2 pitchers possibly turned by Rance Steed and 1 vase form pot. Pots range in size from 8 3/4" H to 10 3/4" H. All pieces late 19th/early 20th century. Note: Seagrove potter Rance Steed was a potter of mixed race who turned for potteries in and around Randolph & Montgomery Counties in the early 20th century. He was born Ransom Steed, sometime between 1854 and 1864, and died in Seagrove in 1933. CONDITION: One pitcher with flaring rim with chipping to rim and a couple of hairline cracks. Remaining pieces overall good condition.