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1st item: Scarce Greene County, East Tennessee 2- gallon stoneware pottery jug with the impressed M P HARMON MOHAWK stamp around top of the jug, just below the rim and partially beneath the handle, for Moses P. Harmon, working Mohawk, TN, circa 1877-1906. 14 3/4" H. 2nd item: East TN (Greene County) stoneware pottery jug attributed to Lewis Manning Haun. Decorated with free hand cobalt decoration including a "2" denoting capacity flanked by 3-prong floral sprigs. 14 1/4" H. Note: The floral three prong "sprig" is very similar in design to sprigs on marked harvest jugs by potter Lewis Manning Haun (Greene Co., TN). Third quarter of 19th century. CONDITION: 1st item: Original handle missing. Scattered firing flaws to the body. 2nd item: Original handle missing. Scattered firing flaws to the body including glaze exfoliation and crazing, primarily to the upper mid-section.