This is a piece of stoneware pottery made in Mohawk Tennessee located in Eastern Tennessee. This famous potter is very famous in the eastern Tennessee region. Pictures do not give it justice. It is made of green tint glaze which is well known as a Harmon piece. It is an oblong shape. Has one incession circle around it. Lip does have some chips on it. One tiny hole on bottom. It is 8 inches high and 9 inches across the widest portion of the top. It is an unmarked Harmon piece. Check my feedback and return policy and BID WITH CONFIDENCE .MY Return Policy: I try to describe my auctions as clearly as possible. I try my very best to list any defects, flaws or otherwise imperfections. Do to the large variety of items I have to offer my customers, I cannot be an expert in everything I list, so in the event I do make a mistake you will receive an apology and a prompt refund. I want your return business, so I will try to make sure you are satisfied with every aspect of the transaction! A prompt refund in it's entirety will gladly be given plus original shipping charges. You will be responsible for the shipping charges incurred for returning the item. Now in the event any of my items are misrepresented all efforts will be undertaken to correct the error . If you need to request a refund, you must do so within 3 days after receiving your product. I don"t want everyones business, JUST YOURS
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