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Raku lidded jar

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Newcomb College Pottery covered vessel (rare), executed by Sabina Elliot Wells

Newcomb College Pottery covered vessel (rare), executed by Sabina Elliot Wells

something about handmade pottery mugs that make me want to settle down with a hot cup of tea...or even better...hot chocolate (which, by the way is still yummy during the summer months)

something about handmade pottery mugs that make me want to settle down with a hot cup of tea...or even better...hot chocolate (which, by the way is still yummy during the summer months)

I kind of really want this beautiful cookie [rather, dog treat] jar to go next to my Le Creuset crocks. By Dunnmorr Studio, a Pennsylvania husband and wife pottery pair.

I kind of really want this beautiful cookie [rather, dog treat] jar to go next to my Le Creuset crocks. By Dunnmorr Studio, a Pennsylvania husband and wife pottery pair.

NEWCOMB COLLEGE   A "Moss and Moon" Matte-Glazed Pottery Vase, potted by Joseph Meyer, decorated by Anna Frances Simpson, 1918

NEWCOMB COLLEGE A "Moss and Moon" Matte-Glazed Pottery Vase, potted by Joseph Meyer, decorated by Anna Frances Simpson, 1918

A Newcomb College Art Pottery Semi-Matte Glaze Vase, 1913, decorated by Sadie Irvine in a relief-carved camellia motif, blue, green and yellow underglaze, base marked with Newcomb cipher, decorator's mark, shape no. 6, and reg. no. FW5, height 8 in

A Newcomb College Art Pottery Semi-Matte Glaze Vase, 1913, decorated by Sadie Irvine in a relief-carved camellia motif, blue, green and yellow underglaze, base marked with Newcomb cipher, decorator's mark, shape no. 6, and reg. no. FW5, height 8 in

Rare Newcomb College Pottery Vase, c.1902, by Maria de Hoa LeBlanc, with incised decoration of Brain Celosia Cockscomb flowers, in blue and green, the base marked with the Newcomb cipher, "JM" for potter Joseph Meyer. Recently sold at auction for 40K.

Rare Newcomb College Pottery Vase, c.1902, by Maria de Hoa LeBlanc, with incised decoration of Brain Celosia Cockscomb flowers, in blue and green, the base marked with the Newcomb cipher, "JM" for potter Joseph Meyer. Recently sold at auction for 40K.

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