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Spinning Top Salt & Pepper Shakers from Stiles in Clay

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Eva Zeisel for Hall China salt & pepper shakers by PrairieDecArts

Eva Zeisel for Hall China salt & pepper shakers

Eva Zeisel for Hall China salt & pepper shakers by PrairieDecArts

Eva Zeisel, The Late Modern Master, On The Hazard Of Too Much Innovation | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

Eva Zeisel, The Late Modern Master, On The Hazard Of Too Much Innovation

Eva Zeisel, The Late Modern Master, On The Hazard Of Too Much Innovation | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

Eva Zeisel...everything she designed is gentle.

everything she designed is gentle.

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Eva Centerpiece in. height), designed in collaboration with Eva Zeisel and introduced in by KleinReid.

Eva Zeisel Life, Design, and Beauty by Chronicle Books

Eva Zeisel Life, Design, and Beauty

Eva Zeisel was one of the twentieth century's most influential ceramicists and designers of modern housewares. Her distinctive take on modern industrial design was inspired by organic form and brought

The Town & Country pattern, produced from 1947 until 1956, was the only design created for Red Wing by Eva Zeisel. This soup tureen is in Dusk Blue.

Red Wing Beyond the Crock: Larry Roschen on the Stoneware Legend’s Dinnerware

Ceramist Eva Zeisel - The Town & Country pattern, produced from 1947 until was the only design created for Red Wing by Eva Zeisel. This soup tureen is in Dusk Blue.

Covered sugar bowl from the Town and Country dinnerware line in the Quartette glaze called Ming Green. Eva Zeisel designed this line for Red Wing in the 1940s.     The Quartette glaze is not Eva's but appears on Red Wing Town and Country serving pieces as a part of the “Informal Supper Service" line in 1951.

Eva Zeisel Town and Country covered sugar for Red Wing in Ming Green Quartette glaze

Covered sugar bowl from the Town and Country dinnerware line in the Quartette glaze called Ming Green. Eva Zeisel designed this line for Red Wing in the 1940s. The Quartette glaze is not Eva's but appears on Red Wing Town and Country serving pieces as a part of the “Informal Supper Service" line in 1951.

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