Inventory : Ceramics

A very rare Eva Zeisel Fine Stoneware large bird form salt shaker, likely manufactured by Hollydale Pottery in 1957. This is a large pottery shaker, 3 holes on top, believe that this particular bird shaker is from the short-lived 2nd chapter of the p ...

$200.00
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An unusual Robert Maxwell Ceramics stoneware charger or serving platter, with mottled heavy blue glaze paired with pink. Features his trademark very rough stoneware clay with an inset rim detail. Dating from 2002, have not seen too many others if any ...

$300.00
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A fabulous small studio pottery stoneware covered vessel made by Tom Coleman. Originally from the Pacific northwest area in the 1970s, he and his wife eventually moved to Nevada where they continue to create wonderful pottery pieces. This is a beauti ...

$200.00
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An amazing studio pottery stoneware vase pot made by Hiroshi Nakayama and Judy Glasser. They have works in museums and galleries around the world. Spectacular ochre yellow drip glaze on a rounded orb form with lip opening, and brown and gray base gla ...

$350.00
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A fabulous rare set of post modernist pop art ceramic candlesticks by Peter Shire in 2003. A founding member of the Memphis Group, these candleholders are from his Echo Park EXP pottery which was begun in 1972. Two different studio pottery architectu ...

$800.00
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A wonderful large low pottery bowl attributed to Edith Heath of Heath Ceramics fame. We have always been curious about this line after first seeing them in Jack Chipman's California Pottery Scrapbook (page 211). We've now had a few of them and having ...

$1000.00
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A wonderful modernist Edmund Ronaky large square studio pottery tray or platter. Striking abstract fish graphics in black and white, and a rectangular blue glaze splash, on speckled dark beige background. Unglazed back. Fine redware clay construction ...

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A beautiful studio stoneware bowl by New York potter Rose Wasserstrom (1922-2015). Per Vasefinder, she studied at the University of Michigan and then at Syracuse, working in ceramics while she was at the Rockland Foundation of Nyack, New York. Willia ...

$150.00
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A lovely small stoneware weedpot vase with skinny neck by Warren Hullow. The Pennsylvania potter was known for interesting shapes, often working in conjunction with fellow ceramicist Isabel Parks at Hickory Grove Pottery. This form is a little unusua ...

$150.00
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A rare minimalist white porcelain ceramic wall mount "a" funnel, designed by La Gardo Tackett. This is from a series of kitchen implements made for Freeman Lederman. Funnel has hole near the top for hanging on the kitchen wall. Back flat portion is u ...

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A fantastic slab-built square studio pottery plate by Santa Fe potter Luisa Baldinger. Along with her husband Frank Willett, she has produced pottery for many years. Great abstract incised design in dark blue and brown in the center of the piece, on ...

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A fantastic, large deep studio bowl and set of 4 small cups from master potters Otto and Vivika Heino from Ojai, CA. They were extremely well-respected and influential potters, known throughout the world for their ceramic glazes and utilitarian but e ...

$700.00
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A rare, majestic ceramic moose sculptural candleholder from Bennington Potters. This fantastic beast is posed with its head down on the ground as if grazing, and is constructed of one large piece of pottery as the body and an attached rack of antlers ...

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Wonderful small studio stoneware coin bank art object, produced at the Chouinard Art Institute in the 1950s-60s. Some have said the "c" mark on bottom denotes pieces that were made by Otto and Vivika Heino, but we can't say that for sure. Flattened s ...

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A very nice stoneware studio pottery vase by the well-known Kansas potter and instructor John Kudlacek. Simple form with different brown glaze colors, including several points where the vase was dipped. Signed on the bottom of vase with Kudlacek in s ...

$90.00
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Fantastic set of two Italian modern cylindrical vases with design by Alvino Bagni for Raymor. Primitive brown line designs on an olive brown mottled glaze background. Wonderful midcentury modern objects that would fit great with any type of decor. Be ...

$400.00
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Great looking stoneware studio pottery ashtray by Hal Fromhold, possibly by Bertil Vallien. Hand thrown, six notch light orange/brown and beige stoneware piece, with a very interesting dark brown inset design in center that almost looks like a roman ...

$120.00
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Great looking, hand-thrown yellow vase, attributed to Bauer Pottery and possibly a carnation jar vase by Matt Carlton. Am describing it like this, because am not an expert in these pieces and not handled enough of them - but this was the first thing ...

$200.00
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Great looking pair of fish and leaf decorated shallow freeform bowls, made in the style of La Gardo Tackett pieces and dated 1954. I don't think these are Tackett pieces, but the style is reminiscient. Would definitely fit right in displayed with lik ...

$60.00
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Fantastic set of 2 Cleminsons California boomerang ashtrays, designed in conjunction with both Hedi Schoop and Barbara Willis. This line, with it's signature splatter Jackson Pollack style design, was known as "Happy Talk" and is fairly hard to come ...

$80.00
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Great looking, unusual footed bowl by M&L Manufacturing in Azusa, CA - De Maray is the line name. Pinkish glaze with white stars, interior is off-white. To our knowledge, this piece is not one of the ones associated with Ben Seibel, but we've been cu ...

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A fantastic, difficult to find example of Jade Snow Wong's ceramic work. This amazing low bowl is signed on bottom by the artist. She was an influential enamelist, potter and author who worked in San Francisco. Her book, Fifth Chinese Daughter ...

$150.00
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Wonderful Swedish lady candleholder attributed to Urusla Printz for Gustavsberg. We'd originally thought this was by Stig Lindberg, but now believe it to be by Printz. It was sold together with a "man" candleholder as well which had ...

$50.00
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