ceramic

ca. 1870-1890's

Typical of the marbles of the late 19th century these were called Benningtons because they imitated the glaze made famous by the Bennington potters of Vermont. These however were most probably...

ca. 1870-1890's

Typical of the marbles of the late 19th century these were called Benningtons because they imitated the glaze made famous by the Bennington potters of Vermont. These however were most probably...

ca. 1870-1890's

Typical of the marbles of the late 19th century these were called Benningtons because they imitated the glaze made famous by the Bennington potters of Vermont. These however were most probably...

ca. 1870-1890's

Typical of the marbles of the late 19th century these were called Benningtons because they imitated the glaze made famous by the Bennington potters of Vermont. These however were most probably...

1972

NOTES: Handbook Selection, 1984.

1969

NOTES: Location: 1st level, SE garden near pergola.

1966

NOTES: Handbook Selection, 1984.

1967
1959

Large gas fired stoneware sculpture with an abstract geometric form. Vertical composition with blue, white, and brown glazed surface.

1993

ceramic icebucket

c. 1927

Press molded fired clay colored with pigmented slip

Rock Cup
c.1964

Handbook selection, 1984.

c. 1955

This is a wheel-thrown stoneware bowl. The exterior is glazed blue and decorated with a light-colored circular motif while the interior is glazed dark brown.

c. 1920-1936

Glazed square tile decorated with central stylized beige flower over a light green background, encased in a dark green/brown square; four beige buds in each corner over dark green background;...

c. 1907

Yellow graniteware body; square box shape with pronounced crosseted corners; lid with beveled sides and square finial; green mat glaze.

1990

This is a teapot with multi-color circular and linear designs. (A) base with a cylindrical form in the shape of an upside-down V. (B) chamber of teapot with handle and spout. (C) lid with handle...

c. 1915

Hand-pressed fired clay (cream colored body) with glaze see page 269 in The Arts and Crafts Movement in California (Trapp) for a chronology of Cathedral Oaks

Bottle Vase
1912

Full bellied vasiform with flared lip; rests flat at base; distinct crisp break in rise of curving profile. Gray-white stoneware body, thrown and molded. Streaked blue mat glaze with streaks...

1911-1918

Spherical shape, circular opening; ginger body, thrown. Carved with sword-blade-like daffodil leaves and four blossoms. Covered with blue-gray mat glaze that has curdled near foot and exposed...

1914

This is an unglazed footed ceramic vase. The vase has convex sides that taper to a slightly flared top. A band of decoration in a pattern of vertical lines rings the vase just above center.

1993

Ceramic stack with round base leading to cylindrical top. Slab-constructed with visible joins. Anagama pit fired with unglazed brown and red varied surface

2000

Wood fired stoneware stack, slab-constructed with open and visible joins. Unglazed tan, red, and brown varied surface.

1956

Made at the Los Angeles County Art Institute (formerly the Otis College of Art); Fired to cone 6; Verified by Peter Voulkos on 3/25/01 as one of the earliest "Stack" forms (from Frank Lloyd of...

Untitled (F)
1995

White glazed sculpture of a composition of animals, a human and other objects. Large piece (A) has a flat flower in front proper right upon with small piece (B) rests. Above flower is a Koala...

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