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Scarce Georgia stoneware pottery jar with cobalt floral decoration to the body, stamped Kline on the rim for Charles S. Kline (born 1854, Ohio or Louisiana; worked Atlanta area, died 1917, Georgia), stamped "3" denoting three-gallon capacity. Additionally stamped "3" on rim by name and applied curved handles. 14 7/8" H. Note: Charlie Kline married the daughter of potter William S. Brown in the Jugtown (Upson Co., GA) area, and eventually moved to the Howell's Mill area around what is now known as Buckhead. According to the book "Brothers in Clay: The story of Georgia Folk Pottery," "Charlie sometimes decorated his saltglazed churns and crocks with cobalt blue in the Northern fashion, and is the only Georgia potter known to have done so." (ref. p. 192-193). Provenance: Private Southern Collection. CONDITION: Approx. 2" W chip to rim above stamp, approx. 2" hairline emanation from rim, fleabites to handles.