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Three (3) North Carolina, two (2) from Randolph County, salt-glazed stoneware pottery items including: one large 4-gallon jar with pulled applied handles, possibly Craven shop, band of five incised lines around the neck, pulled applied handles below the flaring rim, and a incised "4" below one handle denoting capacity (17" H); one salt-glaze stoneware jug with one pulled handle (14" H):; and one (1) small salt-glazed jug with one pulled handle and three deeply incised lines around the upper shoulder (8 7/8" H). All pieces Late 19th century. CONDITION: All pieces with scattered firing flaws, large jug with indentation to one side. Largest jar with slight chip to one handle, chip to rim in the making.