This is a pretty little piece by American potter Harding Black. It is a wheel-thrown milk pitcher in his signature red clay, using Oxidation Blue glaze over black, which makes the blue electric. It is one of his later pieces reflecting a lifetime of experience hand-turning pottery and glazing it.
Size: The vase is 5" tall, 4" wide at the body, 6" wide at the handles, and the foot is 2 1/2" across.
Condition: No chips, cracks or breaks. There is a pre-firing flaw on the circle of the foot, a smudge that occurred when the clay was unfired.
Maker and Age: Signed Harding Black of San Antonio, TX, 1987.
This is a pretty piece made by an iconic pottery maker and would make a nice addition or start to your collection.
Item ID: 965
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