Pottery & Ceramics


ed diersRookwood vase – Vellum glaze, floral decoration, executed by Ed Diers (1871-1947) in 1914. no issues, normal craquelure, minor peppering. $675

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PlateEdwin and Mary Scheier (b. 1909 and 1910) two sgraffito faces on an earthenware plate. circa 1960. 7″ diameter $575


This is a fantastic piece of pottery by Otto (1908-2007) and Gertrud Natzler (19natz708-1971) in a rare glaze of volcanic green. The earthenware vessel is in a rare square shape that pinches at the bottom. It is signed in ink, the identification number has fallen away and is missing but I am told by experts that this piece dates from the 1930’s. It is a large form, seven inches square at the top and six inches tall. It has had two small hairlines that were expertly repaired. soldnatz6 natz5 natz4





Harrison Macintosh

Large stoneware bowl, Harrison Macintosh. 5&1/2″ x 10&1/2″, impressed cipher and label on bottom. invisible bite repair to rim. soldhar2 har3 harrison macintoshvalentienBeautiful Albert Valentien ewer shaped vase for Rookwood. 1885, mint, no restoration, standard glaze. approx. 11″ tall. Concentric circles with three hand painted fish. Great example of the master’s hand.val2val1-2Hampshire pottery – rare periwinkle volcanic glaze. 6″ diameter by 2&3/8″ $475

hamp2Cowan Pottery Spanish Dancers ivory glaze, approx. 9″ tall. – designed by Elizabeth Anderson Seaver in 1927. Seaver worked for Cowan in 1927 and 1928 and eventually became the third wife of the crime fighter Eliot Ness. These may be test firings with the numbers on the bottom, as well as the impressed Cowan mark. sold


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