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Four (4) Northeastern stoneware pottery items. 1st item: Salt-glazed stoneware pottery cake crock, likely Pennsylvania, with cobalt tulip decoration to one side and applied lug handles. 5 1 4" H x 10 3/4" dia. 2nd item: Samuel Irvine, Newville, PA, four-gallon salt-glazed stoneware pottery jug with a pulled applied handle and cobalt "Splitting tulip" decoration to one side. Maker's stamp and 4, denoting capacity below the spout. Cobalt decoration to terminus of the handle. 16 1/2" H. 3rd & 4th items: Pair of 2 salt-glazed stoneware bottles stamped in different fonts "F. T. Sanford" below the thick spouts and highlighted in cobalt. 7 3/4" H & 8" H. All items 2nd half 19th century. Provenance: The estate of James (Jimmy) Neely, Smyrna, TN. CONDITION: 1st item: Chip to rim and one handle, also glaze exfoliation to the rim. 4" x 2" are fluoresces on and below rim near chip. 2nd item: 4" x 6" area fluoresces at base beneath handle. 6 1/2" hairline across base. Old chip to rim, scattered firing flaws. 3rd & 4th items: Overall good condition, some scattered firing flaws.