Exhibition

Gifts from the Fire: American Ceramics from the Collection of Martin Eidelberg

October 22, 2021–October 30, 2022
Previously on view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 773
Free with Museum admission
Vase with cornstalks, Tiffany Studios, Porcelaneous earthenware, American
Tiffany Studios (1902–32)
ca. 1904–05
Covered bowl with Boston ivy, Tiffany Studios, Porcelaneous earthenware, American
Tiffany Studios (1902–32)
ca. 1904–09
Vase with arrowhead plants, Tiffany Studios, Porcelaneous earthenware, American
Tiffany Studios (1902–32)
ca. 1904–09
Vase with Queen Anne's lace, Tiffany Studios, Porcelaneous earthenware, American
Tiffany Studios (1902–32)
ca. 1904–09
Cream pitcher with water lilies, Tiffany Studios, Porcelaneous earthenware, American
Tiffany Studios (1902–32)
ca. 1904–09
Bowl with flowering vine, Tiffany Studios, Porcelaneous earthenware, American
Tiffany Studios (1902–32)
ca. 1904–9
Vase with pussy willow, Tiffany Studios, Porcelaneous earthenware, American
Tiffany Studios (1902–32)
ca. 1904–9
Lorelei Vase, Artus Van Briggle  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Artus Van Briggle (American, Felicity, Ohio 1869–1904 Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Van Briggle Pottery Company (1901–present)
1902
Vase with mistletoe, Artus Van Briggle  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
1904
Vase, George E. Ohr  American, earthenware, American
George E. Ohr (American, Biloxi, Mississippi 1857–1918 Biloxi, Mississippi)
ca. 1897–1900
Vase, George E. Ohr  American, earthenware, American
George E. Ohr (American, Biloxi, Mississippi 1857–1918 Biloxi, Mississippi)
ca. 1897–1900
Pitcher, George E. Ohr  American, earthenware, American
George E. Ohr (American, Biloxi, Mississippi 1857–1918 Biloxi, Mississippi)
1896
Vase, George E. Ohr  American, Earthenware
George E. Ohr (American, Biloxi, Mississippi 1857–1918 Biloxi, Mississippi)
ca. 1897–1900
Vase, George E. Ohr  American, earthenware
George E. Ohr (American, Biloxi, Mississippi 1857–1918 Biloxi, Mississippi)
ca. 1898–1910
Vase with moths, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
1905
Vase, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
ca. 1910
Cup with beetles, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
1901
Covered jar, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
ca. 1905–15
Vase, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
1903
Vase with cicadas, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
ca. 1907–10
Tazza with elephants, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
ca. 1910
Vase, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
1905
Vase, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
1905
Vase, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
1905
Covered Vase, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
1919
Vase with water nymphs, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Decorated by Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
Rosenthal (German, Selb, Germany, 1876–1920)
1899
Covered jar, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
Jar: ca. 1905–10; lid: 1912
Covered vase on stand with teasel, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
1912
Violet holder with moths, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
ca. 1905–6
Vase with dogwood blossoms, John Bennett  American, Earthenware, American
John Bennett (1840–1907)
1882
Vase with bleeding hearts, John Bennett  American, Earthenware, American
John Bennett (1840–1907)
ca. 1877–8
"Shelledge" dinner and luncheon plate with flowers, R. Guy Cowan  American, Porcelain, American
Designed by R. Guy Cowan (American, East Liverpool, Ohio 1884–1957 Tuscon, Arizona)
Onondaga Pottery Company (1871–1966)
ca. 1936–42
"Shelledge" lunch plate with fish and seaweed, R. Guy Cowan  American, Porcelain, American
Designed by R. Guy Cowan (American, East Liverpool, Ohio 1884–1957 Tuscon, Arizona)
Onondaga Pottery Company (1871–1966)
ca. 1936–42
Vase with Pre-Raphaelite woman, Frederick Hurten Rhead  American, born England, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
1902–3
Plaque with gazelles, Wilhelm Hunt Diederich  American, born Hungary, Earthenware, American
Wilhelm Hunt Diederich (American (born Hungary), Szent-Grot 1884–1953 Tappan, New York)
ca. 1925–35
Plaque with stag and dog, Wilhelm Hunt Diederich  American, born Hungary, Earthenware, American
Wilhelm Hunt Diederich (American (born Hungary), Szent-Grot 1884–1953 Tappan, New York)
ca. 1925–35
Water, Edris Eckhardt, Earthenware, American
Edris Eckhardt (1905–1998)
1930–40
Design for footed bowl, Parke Edwards  American, Watercolor, gouache, and graphite on paper, American
Parke Edwards (American, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 1890–1973 Pennsylvania)
Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art
1913
Footed bowl, Parke Edwards  American, Stoneware, American
Parke Edwards (American, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 1890–1973 Pennsylvania)
Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art
1913
Footed bowl, Parke Edwards  American, Stoneware, American
Parke Edwards (American, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania 1890–1973 Pennsylvania)
Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art
1913
Plaque with nudes and birds, Thelma Frazer, Earthenware, American
Decorated by Thelma Frazer
Cowan Pottery (1920–1931)
1930
Equestrian clown, Waylande Gregory  American, Stoneware, American
Waylande Gregory (American, Baxter Springs, Kansas 1905–1971 Warren Township, New Jersey)
ca. 1935–40
Maquette for Atoms fountain "Earth", Waylande Gregory  American, Stoneware, American
Waylande Gregory (American, Baxter Springs, Kansas 1905–1971 Warren Township, New Jersey)
ca. 1939
Polo Player plate, Waylande Gregory  American, Stoneware, American
Waylande Gregory (American, Baxter Springs, Kansas 1905–1971 Warren Township, New Jersey)
ca. 1930–36
Polo Player plate, Waylande Gregory  American, Stoneware, American
Waylande Gregory (American, Baxter Springs, Kansas 1905–1971 Warren Township, New Jersey)
ca. 1930–36
Polo Player plate, Waylande Gregory  American, Stoneware, American
Waylande Gregory (American, Baxter Springs, Kansas 1905–1971 Warren Township, New Jersey)
ca. 1930–36
Plaque with Madonna and Child, Maija Grotell  American, born Finland, Earthenware, American
Maija Grotell (American (born Finland), Helsinki 1899–1973 Pontiac, Michigan)
Henry Street Settlement
ca. 1928–38
Vase, Maija Grotell  American, born Finland, Stoneware, American
Maija Grotell (American (born Finland), Helsinki 1899–1973 Pontiac, Michigan)
Cranbrook Academy of Art
ca. 1938–45
Bowl with fish, Maija Grotell  American, born Finland, Stoneware, American
Maija Grotell (American (born Finland), Helsinki 1899–1973 Pontiac, Michigan)
Cranbrook Academy of Art
ca. 1941
Vase with cityscape, Maija Grotell  American, born Finland, Earthenware, American
Maija Grotell (American (born Finland), Helsinki 1899–1973 Pontiac, Michigan)
Henry Street Settlement
ca. 1928–35
Vase, Maija Grotell  American, born Finland, Earthenware, American
Maija Grotell (American (born Finland), Helsinki 1899–1973 Pontiac, Michigan)
ca. 1930–45
Vase with picnickers, Maija Grotell  American, born Finland, Earthenware, American
Maija Grotell (American (born Finland), Helsinki 1899–1973 Pontiac, Michigan)
Henry Street Settlement
ca. 1930–5
Vase, Maija Grotell  American, born Finland, Earthenware, American
Maija Grotell (American (born Finland), Helsinki 1899–1973 Pontiac, Michigan)
Henry Street Settlement
ca. 1930
Vase, Grueby Faience Company  American, Earthenware, American
Grueby Faience Company (1894–ca. 1911)
ca. 1898–1909
Vase, Grueby Faience Company  American, Earthenware, American
Grueby Faience Company (1894–ca. 1911)
ca. 1898–1900
Vase, Grueby Faience Company  American, Earthenware, American
Grueby Faience Company (1894–ca. 1911)
ca. 1900–9
Tobacco jar, Wilhelmina Post  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Wilhelmina Post (American, 1867 - unknown)
Grueby Faience Company (1894–ca. 1911)
1906
Vase, Annie V. Lingley  American, Earthenware, American
Decorated by Annie V. Lingley (American, 1873–unknown)
Grueby Faience Company (1894–ca. 1911)
ca. 1899–1910
Vase, Grueby Faience Company  American, Earthenware, American
Grueby Faience Company (1894–ca. 1911)
ca. 1898–1900
Vase with landscape, Grueby Faience Company  American, Earthenware, American
Grueby Faience Company (1894–ca. 1911)
1909–10
Butter Bus, Helen E. Hokinson  American, Ceramic, American
Helen E. Hokinson (American, Mendota, Illinois 1893–1949 Washington, D.C.)
1932
Round platter with map of the United States, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
1940–43
Our America dinner plate with bird's eye view of lower Manhattan, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1940–43
Our America platter, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
1940–43
Our America luncheon plate with Chicago's Michigan Avenue Bridge, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1940–43
Soup bowl with New England Fishing Boats, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1940–43
Our America with Florida Coconut Palms, Small dish, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
1940–43
Our America bread and butter plate with Southern plantation, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1940–43
Maple Syrup Gathering cup and saucer, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
1939
Salt and pepper shakers, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
1939
Our America sugar bowl, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1940–43
Teapot with Southwestern Pueblo, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
1939
Our America with Bridge Building,  Coffee pot, Rockwell Kent  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1940–43
Covered bowl, Edgar Littlefield, Earthenware, American
Edgar Littlefield
ca. 1940–50
Plaque, Edgar Littlefield, Earthenware, American
Edgar Littlefield
1935
Bowl, Glen Lukens  American, Stoneware, American
Glen Lukens (American, Cowgill, Missouri 1887–1967 Los Angeles, California)
ca. 1940–50
Bowl, Glen Lukens  American, Stoneware, American
Glen Lukens (American, Cowgill, Missouri 1887–1967 Los Angeles, California)
ca. 1935–36
Vase with chestnut leaves, Arthur E. Baggs  American, Earthenware, American
Arthur E. Baggs (1886–1947)
Marblehead Pottery (1905–36)
1907
Covered jar, Maude Milner, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
1907–8
Vase with plants, Arthur E. Baggs  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1907–8
Vase with plants, Arthur Irwin Hennessey  American, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1910–15
Losanti vase, M. Louise McLaughlin  American, Porcelain, American
M. Louise McLaughlin (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1847–1939 Cincinnati, Ohio)
ca. 1900–4
Losanti vase, M. Louise McLaughlin  American, Porcelain, American
M. Louise McLaughlin (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1847–1939 Cincinnati, Ohio)
ca. 1900–04
Losanti vase with grape leaves, M. Louise McLaughlin  American, Porcelain, American
M. Louise McLaughlin (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1847–1939 Cincinnati, Ohio)
ca. 1900–4
Vase with primroses, M. Louise McLaughlin  American, Earthenware, American
M. Louise McLaughlin (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1847–1939 Cincinnati, Ohio)
1881
Plaque with poppies, M. Louise McLaughlin  American, Porcelain, American
Decorated by M. Louise McLaughlin (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1847–1939 Cincinnati, Ohio)
1889
Plaque with marsh scene, M. Louise McLaughlin  American, Porcelain, American
M. Louise McLaughlin (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1847–1939 Cincinnati, Ohio)
1881
Ceramic Form No. 25, Leza McVey  American, Stoneware, American
Leza McVey (American, Cleveland, Ohio, 1907–1984, Cleveland, Ohio)
1950
Vase with flowers, Roberta Beverly Kennon  American, Earthenware, American
Decorated by Roberta Beverly Kennon (American, 1877–1931)
Newcomb Pottery (1894–1940)
1905
Vase with bellflowers, Esther Huger Elliot  American, Earthenware, American
Decorated by Esther Huger Elliot (American, 1872–1957)
Newcomb Pottery (1894–1940)
1901
Vase with flowers, Harriet Coulter Joor  American, Earthenware, American
Decorated by Harriet Coulter Joor (American, Navarro County, Texas 1875–1965 Lafayette, Louisiana)
Newcomb Pottery (1894–1940)
ca. 1902–04
Mug with landscape, Emilie de Hoa LeBlanc, Earthenware, American
Decorated by Emilie de Hoa LeBlanc (1870–1941)
Newcomb Pottery (1894–1940)
1902
Pitcher with figures, Adolf Odorfer  Austrian, Earthenware, American
Adolf Odorfer
1937
Feroza vase with handles, J. B. Owens Pottery Company  American, Earthenware, American
J. B. Owens Pottery Company (1891–1907)
ca. 1901–07
Vase with tulips, Mary Chase Perry  American, Stoneware, American
Mary Chase Perry (1867–1961)
Pewabic Pottery (1903–1961)
ca. 1904
Vase with snowdrops, Mary Chase Perry  American, Stoneware, American
Mary Chase Perry (1867–1961)
Pewabic Pottery (1903–1961)
ca. 1904
Plaque with nude, Henry Varnum Poor  American, Earthenware, American
Henry Varnum Poor (American, Chapman, Kansas 1887–1970 New City, New York)
ca. 1925–30
Plaque with still life, Henry Varnum Poor  American, Earthenware, American
Henry Varnum Poor (American, Chapman, Kansas 1887–1970 New City, New York)
ca. 1925–30
Plaque with woman's head, Henry Varnum Poor  American, Earthenware, American
Henry Varnum Poor (American, Chapman, Kansas 1887–1970 New City, New York)
ca. 1925–30
Vase with storks, Frederick Hurten Rhead  American, born England, Earthenware, American
Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead (American (born England), Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1880–1942 New York)
S. A. Weller Pottery (1888–1948)
1904
Aztec vase, Frederick Hurten Rhead  American, born England, Earthenware, American
Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead (American (born England), Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1880–1942 New York)
Roseville Pottery (1892–1954)
ca. 1904–08
Aztec vase, Frederick Hurten Rhead  American, born England, Earthenware, American
Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead (American (born England), Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1880–1942 New York)
Roseville Pottery (1892–1954)
ca. 1904–08
Della Robbia vase with trees, Frederick Hurten Rhead  American, born England, Earthenware, American
Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead (American (born England), Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1880–1942 New York)
Roseville Pottery (1892–1954)
ca. 1904–08
Vase, Frederick Hurten Rhead  American, born England, Earthenware, American
Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead (American (born England), Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1880–1942 New York)
Roseville Pottery (1892–1954)
ca. 1904–08
Aztec Vase, Frederick Hurten Rhead  American, born England, Earthenware, American
Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead (American (born England), Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1880–1942 New York)
Roseville Pottery (1892–1954)
ca. 1904–08
Della Robbia vase with daffodils, Frederick Hurten Rhead  American, born England, Earthenware, American
Multiple artists/makers
1906–8
Della Robbia vase with trees, Frederick Hurten Rhead  American, born England, Earthenware, American
Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead (American (born England), Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1880–1942 New York)
Roseville Pottery (1892–1954)
ca. 1904–08
Della Robbia vase with cypress trees, Frederick Hurten Rhead  American, born England, Earthenware, American
Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead (American (born England), Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1880–1942 New York)
Roseville Pottery (1892–1954)
ca. 1904–08
Plaque with poppies, Frederick Hurten Rhead  American, born England, Earthenware, American
Designed by Frederick Hurten Rhead (American (born England), Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1880–1942 New York)
S. A. Weller Pottery (1888–1948)
1904
Card tray with Loie Fuller, Anna Marie Valentien  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Anna Marie Valentien (American, 1862–1947)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1901
Vase, Wilhelmina Rehm, Earthenware, American
Decorated by Wilhelmina Rehm
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1931
Vase with globe thistles, Anna Marie Valentien  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Anna Marie Valentien (American, 1862–1947)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1904
Vase with lotus flower, Kataro Shirayamadani  American, born Japan, Earthenware, American
Decorated by Kataro Shirayamadani (American (born Japan), Tokyo 1865–1948 Cleveland, Ohio)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1904
Vase with gingko, Kataro Shirayamadani  American, born Japan, Earthenware, American
Decorated by Kataro Shirayamadani (American (born Japan), Tokyo 1865–1948 Cleveland, Ohio)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1901
Vase with violets, John D. Wareham, Earthenware, American
Decorated by John D. Wareham (1871–1954)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1901
Vase with nudes, Anna Marie Valentien  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Anna Marie Valentien (American, 1862–1947)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1900
Vase with nude, Anna Marie Valentien  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Anna Marie Valentien (American, 1862–1947)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1901
Paperweight with lizard and lotus leaf, Kataro Shirayamadani  American, born Japan, Earthenware, American
Decorated by Kataro Shirayamadani (American (born Japan), Tokyo 1865–1948 Cleveland, Ohio)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1904
Vase with peacock feathers, Sara Sax, Earthenware, American
Designed by Sara Sax (1870–1949)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1913
Bowl with nude, Anna Marie Valentien  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Anna Marie Valentien (American, 1862–1947)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1901
Vase with narcissus, Anna Marie Valentien  American, Earthenware, American
Decorated by Anna Marie Valentien (American, 1862–1947)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1905
Vase with poppies, Sara Sax, Earthenware, American
Designed by Sara Sax (1870–1949)
Rookwood Pottery Company (American, Cincinnati, Ohio 1880–1967)
1901
"Animal Kingdom" coffee cup, Viktor Schreckengost  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Viktor Schreckengost (American, Sebring, Ohio 1906–2008 Cleveland, Ohio)
American Limoges China Company (1901–1955)
ca. 1935–40
"Animal Kingdom" cake plate, Viktor Schreckengost  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Viktor Schreckengost (American, Sebring, Ohio 1906–2008 Cleveland, Ohio)
American Limoges China Company (1901–1955)
ca. 1935–40
"Animal Kingdom" cake plate, Viktor Schreckengost  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Viktor Schreckengost (American, Sebring, Ohio 1906–2008 Cleveland, Ohio)
American Limoges China Company (1901–1955)
ca. 1935–40
"Animal Kingdom" cream pitcher, Viktor Schreckengost  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Viktor Schreckengost (American, Sebring, Ohio 1906–2008 Cleveland, Ohio)
American Limoges China Company (1901–1955)
ca. 1935–40
"Animal Kingdom" sugar bowl, Viktor Schreckengost  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Viktor Schreckengost (American, Sebring, Ohio 1906–2008 Cleveland, Ohio)
American Limoges China Company (1901–1955)
ca. 1935–40
Wall sconce, Susi Singer  Austrian, Earthenware, American
Susi Singer (Austrian, Vienna 1891–1965 California)
ca. 1937–50
Vase, Emile Diffloth, Porcelain, American
Emile Diffloth (1856–1933)
University City Pottery (1909–14)
ca. 1910
Vase, University City Pottery, Porcelain, American
University City Pottery (1909–14)
ca. 1912–13
Vase, Emile Diffloth, Porcelain, American
Emile Diffloth (1856–1933)
University City Pottery (1909–14)
ca. 1910
Vase, University City Pottery, Porcelain, American
University City Pottery (1909–14)
ca. 1912
Vase, University City Pottery, Porcelain, American
University City Pottery (1909–14)
1912
Gourd-shaped vase, Taxile Doat  French, Porcelain, American
Designed by Taxile Doat (1851–1938)
University City Pottery (1909–14)
ca. 1912–13
Gourd-shaped vase, Taxile Doat  French, Porcelain, American
Designed by Taxile Doat (1851–1938)
University City Pottery (1909–14)
1913
Gourd-shaped vase, Taxile Doat  French, Porcelain, American
Designed by Taxile Doat (1851–1938)
University City Pottery (1909–14)
1912
Vase, Adelaide Alsop Robineau  American, Porcelain, American
Adelaide Alsop Robineau (American, Middletown, Connecticut, 1865–1929 Syracuse, New York)
University City Pottery (1909–14)
1910
Despondency vase, Artus Van Briggle  American, Earthenware, American
Designed by Artus Van Briggle (American, Felicity, Ohio 1869–1904 Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Van Briggle Pottery Company (1901–present)
Designed in 1902; 1905
Vase with leaves, Artus Van Briggle  American, Stoneware, American
Designed by Artus Van Briggle (American, Felicity, Ohio 1869–1904 Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Van Briggle Pottery Company (1901–present)
1903
Vase with peacock feathers, Artus Van Briggle  American, Stoneware, American
Designed by Artus Van Briggle (American, Felicity, Ohio 1869–1904 Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Van Briggle Pottery Company (1901–present)
1904
Vase with daffodils, Artus Van Briggle  American, Stoneware, American
Designed by Artus Van Briggle (American, Felicity, Ohio 1869–1904 Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Van Briggle Pottery Company (1901–present)
1902
Vase with crocuses, Artus Van Briggle  American, Stoneware, American
Designed by Artus Van Briggle (American, Felicity, Ohio 1869–1904 Colorado Springs, Colorado)
1902
Vase with poppy seed pods, Artus Van Briggle  American, Stoneware, American
Designed by Artus Van Briggle (American, Felicity, Ohio 1869–1904 Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Van Briggle Pottery Company (1901–present)
1903
Vase with geese, Artus Van Briggle  American, Stoneware, American
Designed by Artus Van Briggle (American, Felicity, Ohio 1869–1904 Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Van Briggle Pottery Company (1901–present)
Design dates to 1900; 1902
Vase with poppy seed pods, Artus Van Briggle  American, Stoneware, American
Designed by Artus Van Briggle (American, Felicity, Ohio 1869–1904 Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Van Briggle Pottery Company (1901–present)
ca. 1905–07
Vase, William J. Walley, Earthenware, American
William J. Walley (1852–1919)
ca. 1898–1918
Vase, William J. Walley, Earthenware, American
William J. Walley (1852–1919)
ca. 1898–1918
Vase, William J. Walley, Earthenware, American
William J. Walley (1852–1919)
ca. 1898–1918
Vase, Frederick E. Walrath, Earthenware, American
Frederick E. Walrath (1870–1921)
ca. 1908–15
Vase, Frederick E. Walrath, Earthenware, American
Frederick E. Walrath (1870–1921)
ca. 1908–15
Bowl, Frederick E. Walrath, Earthenware, American
Frederick E. Walrath (1870–1921)
ca. 1908–15
Vase with marine life, Thomas J. Wheatley  American, Earthenware, American
Thomas J. Wheatley (1853–1917)
1882
Vase with farmyard scene, Frans Wildenhain  German, Stoneware, American
Frans Wildenhain (German, 1905–1980)
1947–50
Plaque with horses, Wilhelm Hunt Diederich  American, born Hungary, Earthenware, American
Wilhelm Hunt Diederich (American (born Hungary), Szent-Grot 1884–1953 Tappan, New York)
ca. 1925–35