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Because they look so beautiful together, we are selling these four amazing 20th century American pottery pieces as a set. Maybe it’s a start of a collection for you or maybe you just love them for their looks! The first piece is a gorgeous aubergine bowl which is unsigned but through research we attribute it to Dryden due to its wonderful matte glaze. The second piece is marked. It is a Hull early 1920s vase with a very unusual golden yellow and green with touches of plum or aubergine gloss glaze. It is absolutely stunning! The third piece is also signed. It is an ewer by Frankoma the famous Oklahoma pottery. Glazed in either their plum or eggplant color which is so deep it is almost black in some of the photos. The fourth and last piece is a bit of a puzzle and it is unmarked. Its fabulous swirl green, yellow, with touches of aubergine remind us of both Nemadji pottery and Ozark Swirl Roadside pottery. Due to its lighter coloration and glazed interior we are leaning toward Nemadji. I would love to go into detail and expound upon the attributes of all these wonderful American potteries but there is just not space here to do so. I suggest you research some of these and I know you will fall in love with them as we have. Make them yours!!!

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Ceramic

DATE: Circa

20th Century

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MATERIALS

Ceramic

DATE: Circa

20th Century

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