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1930s Nemadji & Ozark Pottery Collection, Set of 3

1930s Nemadji & Ozark Pottery Collection, Set of 3

Regular price $149.00 USD
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Three piece collection of early 20th century craftsman art pottery consisting of a Nemadji bowl and two Ozark / Arkansas missionware blue veined urns.

The bowl is a lovely example of Nemadji ware, fabricated in Minnesota as early as the 1920s. The exterior is unglazed pottery in a light cream hue with vibrant swirls of terracotta orange and shades of blue and turquoise; the interior is glazed. Marked en verso with a Native American portrait in profile surrounded by "Nemadji Pottery".

The two petite urns appear to be southern pottery known as "Missonware", "Arkansas" or "Ozark" pottery fabricated as souvenir items in the 1930s. The handles on either side feature incised curlicue decoration, the exterior is unglazed clay with strong blue swirls and the interior bears a gloss glaze make it waterproof. No maker's marks are found on the pieces but known fabricators of the region and period include Ozark Pottery Company, Niloak, Camark, and Ouachita.

Dimensions: bowl, 6.25"Dia. x 3.5"H; urns, 2.5"Dia. x 3.5"H.

Very good vintage condition; urns show no sign of wear, one has a tiny chip on the base that can be felt but not seen. The bowl has an inside clay flaw, edge roughness, and under rim staining, none of which detract from display or use.

Free local pickup; otherwise shipped together via economical parcel delivery.
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