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Large Rebecca pitcher with beige-Chinese Blue reduction. Typical Rebecca form. Paper label on bottom, "Hand Made by North State Pottery Sanford, N.C.".

Cobalt over stoneware two handle vase. Cobalt glaze has a variegated and opaque textured surface. Two opposing handles terminate into top rim. Tapered base.

Jade green crackle glaze vase with areas of red reduction. Two opposing strap handles attaching at flared neck. Glaze looks like batik or striations of geometric pattern. Amphora form.

Two-Handle low vase with top rim and handles having heavy concentrations of ox-blood reduction and aqua accents. #1254 on bottom in ink. Crackle and spider-web. Handles attached just below rim to shoulder on opposite sides of pot glaze.

Aqua-blue double dipped pitcher with darker aqua and glaze runs on upper portion. Pulled handle with thumb print termination.

Two-handle short vase having an aqua blue-green variegated glaze with copper colored interior glaze.

Ovoid vase with slightly flattened rim, probably triple-dipped.

Bulbous taped neck vase with two color (buff and brown) swirl clays having portions of ox-blood red reduction.

Low vase with variegated light green and cream glaze. Areas of ox-blood reduction glaze highlights.

Bulbous footed vase having a thick ox-blood reduction glaze over light green. Double-dipped with heavy glaze application, no neck.
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