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Beautiful pottery…5 pieces, most vintage (Woodland, WA)

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These 5 pieces of pottery were collected over the years…some by my mother who passed on years ago. I don’t have a place for them and want to find new homes for them rather than store them. Starting with the feature picture, then with the 4th photo from left to right, each is described below along with diameter and height:

Feature picture: Hand-Thrown cobalt bowl signed by Mowe and made of fine stoneware. Gorgeous, flawless piece that measures 9” in diameter by 3” tall…$25

1) Hand-Thrown Porcelain Japanese Ramen Bowl: This vintage jade-colored glazed bowl was displayed in the folks place for years along with the other oriental works of art. It is signed by the artist on the bottom but I can’t make out the signature. Even though it’s only been a display piece, it fits nicely in the hands and has a great feel to it. I love the center spiral inside this 6 1/2”x 4 1/2” pinched bowl…$25

2) Artichoke Candle Base w/ Hand-Formed Petals: I’m not sure how old this epic ceramic work is, but it must have taken a good amount of time to create! The bowl will fit a number of sizes and types of candles, potpourri, or decoration. I think it looks great the way it is! It looks like there’s a signature (pictured) but I can’t make it out underneath the glaze. It is large, heavy, and measures 9”x 7”…definitely a 2-hand, delicate piece to move. My wife had to point out that a petal is missing on the bottom. It’s not that noticeable (I didn’t), unless you look underneath…so I did cut price in half...$30

3) Vintage Korean Celadon Stoneware Pot: The double-wall design allows this container to still hold even liquids. The woven lattice design feels great to hold and the look is spectacular! This 20th century jade colored pot is 8”x 6 1/2” and I cannot interpret what is written on the bottom. My price is way below what I’ve seen comparable vintage pots priced at…$80

4) Hand-Thrown Bottleneck Vase by Peg Miller: Another vintage ceramic treasure from my mom who had this in a display cabinet in the late 90’s. Done in a grey drip glaze on blue with Peg’s signature boldly on the bottom, it is 4 1/2” and stands 6 3/4”…$25

If you’d like all 5, I’ll settle for $160 (the value of just #3!)


Artistic accent pieces, ceramics
JJ




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