Hyalyn pottery was produced in Hickory, North Carolina from the mid 1940's through the early 1970's, and featured pieces created by several well regarded designers of the era, including Eva Zeisel, Georges Briard and George Irving.
Officially named the "hyalyn porcelain company" by founders Leslie and Frances Moody, hyalyn crafted elegant, mid-century modern pieces in vitreous, high-fired white clay earthenware resistant to chipping, crazing and wear, with smooth, even glazes of the highest quality.
This superb Hyalyn vase combines mid-century modernism with Arts and Crafts sensibility, and features a dramatic flaring rim and footed base covered in a velvety smooth green matte glaze.
Condition is pristine, free from chipping, cracking, crazing or restoration.
Marked with molded, raised-relief "451 hyalyn U.S.A.".
H 8.5", D 8.5", rim opening 3.5", base 5".
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