ceramics

n.d.
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...

1962
1950

Ceramic salad plate with lavender glaze has a rectangular shape with rounded corners. A drawing of an ibex in the style of cave paintings from Lascaux, France appears in brown glaze at center....

1950

Ceramic salad plate with lavender glaze has a rectangular shape with rounded corners. A drawing of an ibex in the style of cave paintings from Lascaux, France appears in brown glaze at center....

untitled
5/13/98

White clay in the shape of a bowl (A) and a plate (B). Both are covered with pink fabric faux fur and decorated with the same color of pink feathers.

Per S.B. - Footed, tall lidded jar; stoneware. An example of Voulkos' series of "faces vases." Galzes: faces are blue, gold lustre defines lower half of face and neck. Black glazes have...

1950

Ceramic salad plate with lavender glaze has a rectangular shape with rounded corners. A drawing of a bull in the style of cave paintings from Lascaux, France appears in brown glaze over an oval...

c. 1925-1935

California Mission candle sconce in glazed earthenware. An architectural frame of spiral columns supporting an arch surrounds an image of adobe buildings. A tan tower at center and a low roofed...

c. 1911-1917

This is a glazed earthenware vase with a Madrone branch decorating the side and raised lettering "MADRONA" around the collar.

1913

This is a glazed earthenware vase that has a cylindrical shape that flairs outward slightly near the top and tapers back in at the lip. A band of stylized ivy appears around the vase at its...

1911-1918

Baluster vase with straight-sided collar neck; flat flanged lip. White earthenware body, cast. Allover stylized design of trefoil leaves, smaller leaves, scroll stems, glazed green; large...

1950-1951

Earthenware vase with luster glaze decorated with a female figure and teal geometric designs.

1911-1918|n.d.

This is a glazed ceramic vase with a bulbous top decorated with geometric designs that tapers to a round narrow base.

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...

1911-1918

Double flared vase; flared base and flared lip; cylindrical form. Red body, thrown and molded, mold seam visible. Molded ivy leaf (?) pattern in relief encircles at lip with six drop tendril-...

c. 1955

This is a cylindrical ceramic vessel with slightly convex sides and a narrow elongated opening. The surface is covered with off-white glaze and decorated with a blue colored fish motif.

1996

This is a ceramic teapot with under and overglazes. The base is terra-cotta colored with South-American designs. The lid of the teapot forms the base for a sculpture of an ocellated turkey.

1898

This is a glazed earthenware vase with floral slip decoration. The decoration appears only on the outside of the vessel's round chamber, which sits on a footed base. A band of beading...

1915

This is a white bisque wheel-thrown footed vase. The vase is unglazed and has banded decoration at the top and center. The shape of the vase is a slightly concave cylinder at top, which starts...

1906

This is a bisque-fired earthenware vase with a rounded chamber that tapers at the bottom and is supported by four sculpted feet.

c.1896-1906

This is wheel-thrown earthenware vase made with buff colored clay and glazed transparent olive green. The overall shape is cylindrical with a footed base. Decorative beading design appears...

c.1896

Wheel-thrown earthenware with beading design at neck, transparent olive green glaze on buff clay with circular mottled effect in glazing.

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