SOLD! for $155.00.
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Grouping of Southern pottery. 1st item – Middle TN stoneware tall straight wall pitcher with open flaring rim, pulled handle. 11"H. Late 19th/Early 20th century. 2nd item – Unglazed chicken waterer of small size, light red colored clay. Turnip finial, unmarked. 7 1/2"H. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Attributed to TN. 3rd item – Cobalt decorated jar with extended vine design and cobalt horizontal bands at rim and base. Brown salt buildup on lower side. 8 5/8"H. Late 19th century. Found in Tennessee, but possibly KY or Midwest. Condition: 1st item – small chip restoration to rim edge of pitcher. 2nd item – very good condition. 3rd item – very good condition, shallow chip to base underside, small void of approx. 1/4" on side (in the making).