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American Art Pottery103 of 293Decorative Blue terracotta or redware seed jars/potsLarge Vases With Silver Trim
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    Posted 2 years ago

    JoeyC
    (114 items)

    I’ve exhausted all my collector books & can’t find this one (I thought it would be a simple find!) Do YOU know? It’s 20” height, bottom diameter 10” ... blue green glaze VERY striking. Cool to see the vertical finger marks in the clay on the inside. It’s open all the way through (a little odd?) Hope someone has a catalog or collector book I.D. - would be great to know! THANKS!

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    1. art.pottery, 2 years ago
      Unglazed interior, interior looks like no attempt was made to finish the clay and open body = a large lamp base missing the hardware?
    2. JoeyC, 2 years ago
      Yes I wondered about that. Agree! Can’t be an umbrella, sand jar or oil! LOL. Fulper/ Stangl made lamps but wow, this would be a big one! Thanks for your feedback!
    3. JoeyC, 2 years ago
      No notch for the cord? Other possibilities: it had a big insert for the sand? or it’s a pedestal for a jardiniere IF the jardiniere was fashioned to fit within? All sort of weird! An unusual piece, huh?! Thanks again.
    4. JoeyC, 2 years ago
      I think it might be the bottom part of a bird bath now that I remember cleaning mud off the bottom when I bought it. Zanesville Pottery maybe?!

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