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Stephanie Young

stephanienouveau: snowy birch time… great idea by a student. the snow adds depth to the surface decoration.

#CAPCA | CalmWater Designs | Stephanie Young | CityWorks - Boston | Vessels Gallery

#CAPCA | CalmWater Designs | Stephanie Young | CityWorks - Boston | Vessels Gallery

#CAPCA | CalmWater Designs | Stephanie Young | Star Fish

the amazing ocean designs of porcelain artist Stephanie Young

#CAPCA | Atomic Style Vase | NLB and Clementine glazes | Door Pottery | Scott Draves |  Arts & Crafts | Product Development

Atomic Style Vase in NLB and Clementine -- Door Pottery -- Arts and Crafts Style -- Handmade Art Pottery -- Product Development

Vase Designer: Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead (American (born England), Hanley Stoke-on-Trent 1880–1942 New York) Manufacturer: Manufactured by Rhead Pottery Date: 1913–17 Geography: West, Santa Barbara, California, United States Culture: American Medium: Earthenware Dimensions: H. 11 1/2 in. (29.2 cm) Classification: Ceramics Credit Line: Friends of the American Wing Fund, 1996 Accession Number: 1996.371

Rhead Pottery - Frederick Hurten Rhead - Incised Vase - Ca. 1913 - 1917 - 11 - On Display New York Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ralph Radcliffe-Whitehead (1854-1929) - White Pines Pottery (1913-1929) - Vase. Carved & Matte Glazed Pottery. Byrdcliffe, Woodstock, New York. Circa 1915. 14-1/8" x 9-5/8".

This vase was made by Jane and Ralph Whitehead in their private pottery studio located in the attic of White Pines, their home at the Byrdcliffe Arts and Crafts school and colony in Woodstock, New York

Teco Pottery - Vase, Number 434. Matte Glazed Pottery. Designed by Fernand Moreau. Chicago, Illinois. Circa 1900. 11-1/2".

Teco Pottery Vase green matte glaze / Designed by Fernand Moreau / c.

Marblehead Pottery (1904-1936) - Vase with Stylized Flowers. Made & Decorated by Sarah Tutt and John Swallow.  Thrown Earthenware with Applied Slips. Marblehead, Massachusetts. Circa 1910. 7" x 4".

◭ Penchant for Pottery ◮ Sarah Tutt and John Swallow for Marblehead Pottery, Marblehead, Mass. Vase with stylized flowers, ca.