American School, 20th century. A collection of four speckled brown earthenware pottery vessels comprising of two thrown bud vases of globular turned form with very narrow flared mouth; a double handled coil pot or jardiniere of cylindrical form with folded open handles to opposing sides of rim and incised spiral decoration to exterior; and a jug or pitcher with c form handle to one side and dimpled spout to opposite side. All pieces with same indistinguishable incised signature to underside of both, possibly Tanner or Turner. Jug approximately 8.5" tall, pot approximately 5.75", taller bud vase approximately 4.75" tall, shorter bud vase approximately 4" tall.
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