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East Tennessee stoneware pottery jar with free hand cobalt decoration consisting of a cobalt band around the midsection, wavy vertical lines, floral sprig, cobalt flower on one side, "5" cobalt mark on other side (denoting galloncapacity). Lug handles. Condition – Large crack in side, starting at rim and continuing under handle. 16 1/2" 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. Note: A similar 10 gallon example is currently featured in the "Tennessee Turned" pottery exhibit at the East Tennessee Historical Society, curated by Dr. Carole Wahler.