Goyo Silveira Mexican pottery jar. Old professional repair to top rim edge, scratches on base. Signed on the bottom. Measures 13" wide x 14" wide; the neck opening is 4" across.
Stoneware 19th century 2 gallon jug stamped J. S. Taft & Co. Keene N.H. Cobalt blue flower design. One fine age line in handle. James Scholly Taft and his uncle, James Burnap, who sold pottery under this stamp from 1871-1874. Height is 14.5".
Stoneware 4-gallon jug with cobalt floral decoration made by Ottman Brothers Company, Fort Edward, NY. One small chip at the neck rim and a small firing line in the base rim. Height 19.25 inches.
George A. Satterlee and Michael Morty, Fort Edward, NY, 2-gallon stoneware jug circa 1859-1885. Deep cobalt blue decoration. Very good condition. Measures 14 inches high.
J. and E. (Julius and Edward) Norton, Bennington, VT, stoneware 2 gallon jug. Circa 1850-1859. Particularly intense cobalt blue decoration. 'In the mold' line at the top of the handle on one side. Measures 13.5 inches high by 8 inches in diameter.