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vase

Marblehead Pottery, Manufacturer (American)


Marblehead was an American pottery named for a Massachusetts coastal town.

Originally conceived as part of a craft therapy program, this pottery is associated with the American Arts and Crafts movement.

This vase, which features a design of Viking ships, is rare because it has five colors.

Object Information

manufacturer
Marblehead Pottery (American)
creation date
about 1910-1920
materials
earthenware
dimensions
13 3/4 in.
accession number
1994.81
credit line
Harold Victor Decorative Arts Fund
copyright
Public Domain
collection
Decorative Arts