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Pair of 24” Blue and White Ceramic Vases

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Pair of large blue and white ceramic vases is decorated with small arched windows of intricate foliage designs. Crafted with curvy forms, this pair of vases offer an eloquent addition of home décor to the living space. This pair of vases is amongst hundreds of pieces of décor that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ARCHITECTURAL POTTERY COMPANY “Chalice Planter” Circa 1960

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Designed by Malcolm Leland for Architectural Pottery Company circa 1960, the “Chalice Planter” has a sleek white body with a modern interpretation of a chalice shape. A white glaze on the pottery provides a clean look for the deep, wide planter body above the tapered pedestal.  This planter is just one of hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection  

NOEL MCKENNA “Tron” Ceramic Sculpture – Signed

$1,895.00
“Tron” by Australian artist Noel McKenna uses whimsical style to depict the Tron Theater in Edinborough, Scotland. The ceramic sculpture has blue accents in the windows and clock faces to pop against the neutral brown building. Signed, titled, and dated July 2006 along base. This sculpture is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.    

NICODEMUS POTTERY Bull Circa 1970

$595.00
Circa 1970, this bull sculpture by Nicodemus Pottery has a rusty brown glaze with a high gloss finish. The thick bull bears his short horns with head down, with his tail whimsically twisted. About the Artist: Chester Nicodemus (1901-1990) was a Columbus, Ohio potter, sculptor, and teacher known for his small clay birds, as well as other wildlife, teapots and pitchers. His pieces are recognizable as being produced with variously colored translucent glazes, which enhanced the redness of the high iron content of Ohio clay to create a russet brown undertone. Nicodemus earned a degree from Cleveland Art School and then went on to teach at Dayton Art School and Wittenberg college. In 1932, he became dean  at the Columbus College of Art and Design and later taught at Ohio State University and served as president of the Columbus Art League. All of Nicodemus' molds and glazes were destroyed upon his death at his request. This sculpture is one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.