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4 antique Continental ceramic items including an Apothecary Jar, Wall Pocket, Bulb Dish and Plaque. 1st item: Apothocary jar, footed, with blue and yellow floral decoration and inscribed 1742, chipped foot in 2 places, 9"H. 2nd item: Faience wall pocket with mulberry-painted edges and a white ground, decorated with floral sprigs, very good condition, 14"L. 3rd item: Polychrome painted Bulb pot, possibly Delft, signed "J" on bottom. Hairlines on bottom; small edge chips. 4"H x 8-1/2"W x 4"D. 4th item: Rectangular plaque with rounded cut corners, painted with a coat of arms in the center, with portrait medallions at corners of Kings or Popes, possibly the Bourbon family, and raised Fleur de LIs and "H" designs. Illegible pencil inscription en verso. Possibly Capodimonte, Circa 1860. Scattered tiny edge chips, surface imperfections and light wear, overall good condition. 10" x 8-1/2". Provenance: the collection of Stephen and Lisa Steiner Small, Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: See item description. Condition: See item description.