Silver Springs Pottery came into existence in the 1930's, when Henry Graack had a concession to sell pottery at Silver Springs, Florida, where he made a hand-swirled ware which was described as not being the natural earth tones of Niloak, but pleasing to the eye. Production ceased when Graack died in 1965.
This very nice two-piece set consists of tan and terra-cotta colored swirls with hints of green. The exterior texture is smooth, but not velvety; the interior has a clear glaze. The bowl measures 1 1/2" deep and 4" across; the flower frog is 1 3/4" across. The base is incised "Silver Springs Fla". There are no cracks, chips or repairs.