Studio Pottery Vase


Robert Sperry Signed Art Pottery Drip Glaze Stoneware Decorative 7 1/2 Vase


ROBERT SPERRY SIGNED ART POTTERY DRIP GLAZE STONEWARE DECORATIVE 7 1/2 VASE. This is in Very Good Condition with No Chips. NOTE: there is a repair on the rim(SEE Picture With Pen) and natural crazing. Very Nice Robert Sperry Stoneware Vase. This features a cobalt blue floral design around the body. The flowers are bordered […]

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Robert Fournier Studio Pottery Pebble Vase


Robert Fournier Studio Pottery Pebble Vase.. Fabulous piece by this highly regarded potter. Excellent condition and marked. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Decorative Pottery & Glassware\Vases”. The seller is “dansopandi” and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, United States, Japan, Canada, Ireland, Australia, Germany, […]

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Robert James British Studio Pottery Vase by Bob Kershaw


Large signed Bob Kershaw British studio pottery vase. We love the traditional form and interesting glaze. We date this pot from the 1980’s. In overall excellent condition, with no chips, cracks or repairs. Stamped MR on the bottom. From tBob Kershaw: Originally worked in a supporting role as technician, glaze chemist and administrator/facilitator. Subsequently developed […]

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Robert Fornell Art Pottery Tokkuri Warren MacKenzie Shoji Hamada Bernard Leach


Museum Quality – Marked Rare Robert Fornell Tokkuri. Robert was a student of Warren Mackenzie at the University of Minnesota. Museum Quality – Mint Condition. This is a beautiful Unused Robert Fornell Tokkuri in his beautiful Ash slip with shino Glaze! Marked with Roberts’s Stamp. The tokkuri measures 2 7/8 inches wide x 6 3/4 […]

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Robert Fournier Studio Pottery pebble/rock sculpture vase, Castle Hill 1965-71


A superbly glazed rock/pebble sculpture vase from Robert Fournier at Castle Hill, circa 1965-71. Measuring 9cm high x 11.8cm at widest and in excellent undamaged condition. Bearing the castle hill and Robert’s personal impressed stamps to the lower body. A very nice example for the collector. The item “Robert Fournier Studio Pottery pebble/rock sculpture vase, […]

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Studio pottery, Oxidised, Stoneware, Uncommon. In 1971 Robert & Shiela opened Lacock Pottery. It was there, Robert Fournier consolidated his ceramics, producing what became his signature pieces; a range of “pebble” pots that were based on natural forms. With a sure understanding of the organic structures of stones, rocks and plants, he translated these into […]

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