Free form ceramic wall sculpture by Jim Proctor circa early 1960’s. This stunning example is executed in glazed terracotta mounted on wood and can be hung horizontally or vertically.
Phenomenal ceramic and rope wall sculpture circa early 1960’s. This example intermingles ceramic forms with cording.
5 pieces of early Desimone pottery from Italy circa mid 1960’s. The set includes a pair of egg cups a small vase a larger pitcher and an urn form. Price listed is for all pieces. Each egg cup measures 3.25″ tall x 4″ deep. Measurements below are for the larger pitcher.
4 large scale ceramic vessels by Stan Bitters circa early 1970’s. Three of these earthenware thumb pots are 12″ tall with 18″ diameters the tallest and fourth example measuring 24″ tall with a 21″ diameter. The three examples range from a deep purple glaze to earth tones with seafoam green highlights. The larger example has a cashew colored glaze. Each can be sold individually or as a group. Red currently has 10 pots by Bitters so please check our other listings. Price is per pot.
Architecturally formed pottery circa early 1950’s. The top of this pot has an off white volcanic glaze and the bottom is incised with a milk chocolate colored glaze.
2 large scale Stan Bitters earthenware vessels circa early 1970’s. The lighter of these is 22″ tall the darker 23.5″ tall and each has hand carved scrafito detailing. Please see our other listings for more Bitters examples. Price is per pot
Lighter vessel’s dimensions Height: 22″ tall x Diameter 23″
Louis Mendez ceramic figural sculpture from the mid-1970s. This example mixes flares of Italian pottery with Native American accents with a little Picasso. Excellent original condition.
Aldo Londi for Bitossi ceramic bowl circa early 1960s. This unusual example has cut out sides and lovely multi colored volcanic glaze.
Yuri Zatarain large scale ceramic sculpture. This free form curvaceous example has a porcelain colored glaze and is covered in pencil drawings.
Mary and Edwin Scheier ceramic charger from 1990. This example is executed with a black underglaze coupled with blue glazed figural forms.