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#302 is a wonderful porcelain teapot by a very famous American Ceramic Artist. He graduated from Alfred University and spent his career teaching at the U of I. He was a founding father of NCECA as well as director. He is a very significant figure in American Ceramic Art and Ceramic Art Education. The teapot is 7 inches high, 7 inches wide, and 8 1/2 inches long with handle. The only flaw is that the wood in the lid handle expanded and popped the porcelain loop off and it is glued. This is a major piece by a major artist.

Price includes shipping within the United States and due to fragility, I cannot accept returns. Pick up is available with many more pots to look at. Please look carefully at photos and please ask questions before bidding. Thank you for looking.



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