Ceramic Bird Sculpture on Wood Perch by Rosemary Laughlin Bashor


SKU 414-DEC-074 Category

Whimsical and lovely ceramic bird sculpture by the late artist Rosemary Laughlin Bashor (1922-1916). Signed on bottom Rosemary Laughlin which makes this sculpture prior to 1971. We believe circa 1960s. It is in good vintage condition. The beak has been repaired.


  • Height – 11 Inches
    • Width– 7.5 Inches
    • Depth – 5.5 Inches
    • Weight – 1.9 Pounds


Boxed Size:

  • Height – 17 Inches
    • Width – 14 Inches
    • Depth – 12 Inches
    • Weight – 7 Pounds

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A wonderful little bird sculpture with loads of personality and detail. The awesome blues, blue-greens, and browns in the ceramic glazes are a feast for the eyes. The detail of the wire grasses with tiny ceramic berries makes this piece quite unique and I love how she (or he) is perched on the wood block pedestal. Rosemary Laughlin Bashor was born Rosemary Cappee in Meade County, Kansas in 1922. In 1961 Rosemary Laughlin joined the art faculty of Bethany College until 1971 when she moved to Bozeman, Montana and became Rosemary Laughlin Bashor. She continued making art until her death in 2016. Her work is in many private and public collections including Kansas State University and The Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery in Lindsborg, Kansas. You should have this interesting and cheeky little bird for yourself.