Studio Pottery Vase


1932 Art Deco William Howson Taylor Signed Ruskin Studio Art Pottery Green Vase


Here for sale is a Ruskin art pottery vase. Glazed with shades of green, it is a stunning piece in superb display condition. With an incised William. Taylor signature mark to its base, along with the impressed RUSKIN mark and the date mark 1932. It is a good size, measuring 8.25 inches in height and […]

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Signed William C. Alexander Mid Century GIANT Studio Pottery Vase


Signed William Alexander giant studio pottery vase. We love the large size and the organic nature of the piece! We believe shortly after being kiln fired, a “patch” was added. William Alexander is known for his terra sigillata pots. He experimented extensively with low-fire ceramics, terra sigillata and woodfiring. His artistic production includes a wide […]

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Vintage Granular William + Polia Pillin Vase, Mid-century Modern, c. 1960s70s


Vintage Granular William + Polia Pillin Vase, Mid-century Modern, c. This is a collaborative work by William and Polia Pillin. Spherical vase form, with a narrow neck extending from the top. This vase is quite large and substantial, with a very appealing mid-century look. Decorated with a cobalt yellow underglaze, covered with a very thin, […]

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Signed PB Mid Century Studio Art Pottery William Wyman Paul Evans Era Slab Vase


Fine Mid Century Studio Art Pottery William Wyman Style Slab Vase. Signed PB and numbered 7, as photoed. Great textures and colors. Geometric, yet oddly free and dynamic. Sort of has a Paul Evans, brutalist vibe. If you know who made this piece and would like to share information, Id be happy to hear from […]

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William Pillin Vintage Vase Tall


William Pillin, Los Angeles, CA Born in 1910 (Ukraine) Lived and worked in Chicago and eventually moved to Los Angeles where he and his wife Polia set up an art pottery studio. He was responsible for shaping, glazing and firing the pieces. This undecorated vase is attributed to him as Polia typically painted delicate figures […]

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