Group of three (3) East TN (Greene County) stoneware pottery jars by Moses Perry Harmon (1855 – 1915) including two (2) smaller jars with impressed M P HARMON MOHAWK coggle around the circumference of jar just below the rim, one having a daub of cobalt, and one (1) larger jar with impressed coggle around the circumference of the jar below the rim reading "HARMON" with backwards "N". Ranging in size from 6 1/4" H to 8 3/4" H. Note: Harmon operated a large pottery factory in Mohawk, TN and actively worked in the pottery circa 1877 – 1906. CONDITION: Smallest jar with several hairlines emanating from rim and scattered chipping to the rim. Medium jar with chip to the base and minor firing flaws to the rim. Larger jar with possible old areas of restoration or buff colored fill to the rim and scattered firing flaws to the body.
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