Vase

Vase

1933
Manufacturer
Ruskin Pottery, British
Work Locations: Smethwick, England, United Kingdom
Active Dates: 1898-1935
Country
England
Object
vase
Medium
Ceramic (porcellaneous stoneware) with high-fired flambé glaze
Accession Number
2018.73
Credit Line
Gift of the Collection of Carl Patterson

Vase, 1933. Ceramic (porcellaneous stoneware) with high-fired flambé glaze; 8 1/2 x 4 3/8 in. Manufactured by Ruskin Pottery, West Smethwick, England. Denver Art Museum: Gift of the Collection of Carl Patterson, 2018.73.

Dimensions
height: 8 1/2 in, 21.59 cm; diameter: 4 3/8 in, 11.1125 cm
Inscription
Impressed on base: RUSKIN 1933. ENGLAND
Department
Architecture and Design
Collection
Architecture and Design
This object is currently on view
Known Provenance
Gifted 2018 by Carl Patterson to the Denver Art Museum.
Exhibition History
  • “By Design: Stories and Ideas Behind Objects” — Denver Art Museum, 10/24/2021 – 12/31/2022

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