Green Petal Vase

By Turtle Island Pottery, Maggie Jones



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The petal vase is a motif that was very popular during the arts and crafts movement early 1900's. This soft matte green glaze was one of the most used during that time and especially well known with Grueby Pottery in Boston. Watertight stoneware. It has a glassy amber glaze liner with variegated colors running down the inside. This vase was thrown and altered with the petal relief sculpted and applied by hand.

Ceramic (sculpted clay)

5 x 5 x 5.5 inches

About the artist

In 1968 Maggie Jones discovered the potter's wheel in West Hartford, CT and has made a living with this craft since then. An apprenticeship and many workshops followed high school. In 1984 as a special student invitee, Maggie Jones spent 5 months at Scripps College in Claremont, CA with Paul Soldner. She had the same privileges as the graduate students working towards their MFA. Since 1984 she and her husband have made a business with this pottery in the mountains of Western North Carolina and raised two children....Read MoreRead Less
Media: Ceramic
Category: Other, Home/Decor, Home/Kitchen

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