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DENNIS KIRCHMANN Indigo Blue Glazed Pottery Vessel with Lid

$195.00
  • Pottery vessel with lid by Dennis Kirchmann (1939-2017)
  • Deep indigo blue glaze with texture throughout 
  • Flat round lid adds sleek style to this vessel 
  • Unfinished white interior 
This pottery is amongst hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our location in Columbus, Ohio! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Acoma Pueblo Pottery Signed Vessel

$445.50
  • Acoma Pueblo pottery vessel signed “D.M.C. Antonio”
  • Made from slate-like clay native to Acoma Pueblo 
  • Black and white checkered design accented by triangular motifs 
  • Traditional methods of firing create very thin walls and a unique shape 
This vessel is amongst hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our location in Columbus, Ohio! Come in today and see the full collection.  

PHIL ECKERT Pottery Floor Vase with Herringbone Pattern

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  • Large floor vase by Wisconsin potter Phil Eckert
  • Finely detailed with contrasting herringbone patterning
  • Marked on underside
This floor vase is amongst hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our location in Columbus, Ohio! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Antique WELLER POTTERY Vase

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This antique vase by Weller Pottery is dated to the 1920s to add a nostalgic touch to the tabletop décor collection. Decorated with the profile of a regal king against a glossy, teal glazing, this delightful little vase details a simplified body and is coupled with handles that allow for easy carriage. This vase is amongst hundreds of pieces of décor that are available at our location in Columbus, Ohio! Come in today and see the full collection.  

EDWIN AND MARY SCHEIER Ceramic “Jonah and the Whale” Bowl

$1,800.00
This ceramic bowl by American potters Edwin (1910-2008) and Mary Scheier (1910-2007) offers a stylized representation of a classic Biblical parable, depicting the prophet Jonah resting in the belly of a large fish. Revered as central figures behind the American pottery revival that comprised part of the mid-century modern design movement, the Scheiers worked independently and collaboratively, producing award-winning work over a number of decades at their studio in Durham, New Hampshire. This modest, yet inspiring bowl is crafted with an earthy, dark gradient glaze and has been signed on its underside by the artists. This ceramic bowl is amongst hundreds of pieces of décor that are available at our location in Columbus, Ohio! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Blue Glazed Pottery Vase with Burgundy and Navy Designs

$62.50
This handmade pottery vase perfectly accents tabletop décor arrangements with a glossy blue glazing that trails into earthy designs of burgundy and navy. Detailing a wide mouth and curvaceous form, this vase is signed illegibly on its underside by the unknown maker. This vase is amongst hundreds of pieces of décor that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

SHIPIBO-CONIBO Polychrome Pottery Bowl

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This pottery bowl is sourced from the Shipibo-Conibo tribe and features a uniquely shaped body treated with a polychrome glaze. An indigenous people that reside along the Ucayali River in Peru, the Shipibo-Conibo are well known for their pottery, which typically details maze-like red and black geometric patterns, such as the ones that decorate this cultural find.  This pottery vase is amongst hundreds of pieces of décor that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage MARTZ POTTERY “Bird Bottle” Vase

$235.00
Crafted in 1970, this vintage “Bird Bottle” vase by Martz Pottery adds a wonderful piece of postmodern pottery to the tabletop décor. Glazed in white with earthy, washy tones wrapping around the body of the vase, this vase features two mouths that allow for a variety of floral arrangements.  About the Designer: Martz Pottery was created by husband and wife team Gordon and Jane Martz. They met while studying ceramics at Alfred University, married upon graduation, and moved to Jane’s hometown. Jane’s family owned Marshall Studios, a company that produced hand painted lampshades. As the company grew, their production expanded to creating turned wood lamp bases as well. Marshall Studios then changed generations to Jane’s parents, and the young artists were encouraged to contribute their talents. They devised a way to mass produce these pottery bases while still having handmade aesthetic and finishes. One of their lamps, Martz No. 101, was recognized by Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. who worked with the Museum of Modern Art. The lamp was selected to appear at the MoMA for their 1953 Good Design exhibit, which launched Marshall Studios and Martz Pottery’s popularity and sales. Once the Modernism trend declined, the company was sold and later closed. This vase is amongst hundreds of pieces of décor that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.