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Pottery Vase Hand-thrown by Susan Brown Freeman

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    Posted 5 years ago

    Rulandma
    (27 items)

    This is a beautiful hand-thrown articulated piece of pottery.
    The Potter is Susan Brown Freeman out of California.
    Her work is meticulous. Wish I could find more of it.
    This vase is 7" high x 5" wide.

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    1. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 5 years ago
      This is beautiful! Rather than “articulated”, I believe it is described as “pierced”.
    2. Rulandma Rulandma, 5 years ago
      Thank you. I am not a pottery expert. I did use the wrong term. they listed it as rendered reticulation. Does that ring a bell?
    3. Watchsearcher Watchsearcher, 5 years ago
      I have heard of a “reticulated python” which describes the pattern of its skin, so I’m surmising that “rendered reticulation” must mean it was made, or rendered, with such a pattern.
      But “articulated” would mean “jointed”/moveable parts.
      I love the creativity that went into it by the maker. It took some imagination/creativity and turned out lovely!

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