American Art Pottery


<p>Stunnning 12.25" Tirrube vase with handpainted white roses and vines on a red bisque body, circa 1905-1908.  In excellent condition.</p>
Inventory #: SC--10818

Maker: Clifton Pottery

Stunnning 12.25" Tirrube vase with handpainted white roses and vines on a red bisque body, circa 1905-1908.  In excellent condition.



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Lovely 9 1/2" Clifton Pottery Tirrube bottle shaped vase painted with an ivory Nasturtium and celadon foliage on a bisque fired ground.  Stamped Clifton 148.  Clifton Pottery was founded by William Long in 1095 in New Jersey.  The pottery operated until 1908.  In excellent condition.
Inventory #: SC-10275

Maker: Clifton Pottery
Lovely 9 1/2" Clifton Pottery Tirrube bottle shaped vase painted with an ivory Nasturtium and celadon foliage on a bisque fired ground. Stamped Clifton 148. Clifton Pottery was founded by William Long in 1095 in New Jersey. The pottery operated until 1908. In excellent condition.

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<p>Stunning three double gourd vase group by Donna Craven.  Donna comes from a long line of North Carolina potters.  She is a very talented artist that is just coming into her own with major exhibitions in North Carolina museums.  The vases measure 22", 16" and 14" and are in excellent condition.</p>
Inventory #: SC--10823

Maker: Donna Craven

Stunning three double gourd vase group by Donna Craven.  Donna comes from a long line of North Carolina potters.  She is a very talented artist that is just coming into her own with major exhibitions in North Carolina museums.  The vases measure 22", 16" and 14" and are in excellent condition.



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Outstanding 14" floor vase with eye catching spider glaze from well regarded potter Fred Johnston.  This piece speaks for itself.  In excellent condition.
Inventory #: SC-10207

Maker: Fred Johnston
Outstanding 14" floor vase with eye catching spider glaze from well regarded potter Fred Johnston. This piece speaks for itself. In excellent condition.

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Majestic 13" Fulper vase with a cucumber to Flemington green glaze and classic shape.  In excellent condition.
Inventory #: SC-10331

Maker: Fulper
Majestic 13" Fulper vase with a cucumber to Flemington green glaze and classic shape. In excellent condition.

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Magnificent 9" Fulper baluster vase with mirror black over copperdust crystalline glaze.  Owing to the thickness of the glazes the oval incised stamp is very faint but visible along with the model number dating this piece to 1916-1922.  In excellent condition.
Inventory #: SC-10343

Maker: Fulper
Magnificent 9" Fulper baluster vase with mirror black over copperdust crystalline glaze. Owing to the thickness of the glazes the oval incised stamp is very faint but visible along with the model number dating this piece to 1916-1922. In excellent condition.

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<p>Monumental 26" wood fired wild clay blend tear drop vessel by Josh Copus.  The vessel is wheel thrown and paddle shaped with coarse brush decoration.  Wild clay is non industry processed clay that Josh harvests locally. In excellent condition.  Josh's work is in the permanent collection of the Mint Museum.</p>
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Inventory #: SC--11200

Maker: Josh Copus

Monumental 26" wood fired wild clay blend tear drop vessel by Josh Copus.  The vessel is wheel thrown and paddle shaped with coarse brush decoration.  Wild clay is non industry processed clay that Josh harvests locally. In excellent condition.  Josh's work is in the permanent collection of the Mint Museum.

 



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Handbuilt 8" contemporary porcelain vase by Maine potter Monique Bousquet.  Often called a contemporary  George Ohr, Bousquet has worked in Limoges porcelain for 16 years, exhibiting in Europe before returning to her native Maine.  In excellent condition.
Inventory #: SC-20002

Maker: Monique Bousquet
Handbuilt 8" contemporary porcelain vase by Maine potter Monique Bousquet. Often called a contemporary George Ohr, Bousquet has worked in Limoges porcelain for 16 years, exhibiting in Europe before returning to her native Maine. In excellent condition.

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