A statement piece form Gonder Ceramic Arts of South Zanesville, Ohio known as the Peacock (or Wave) vase. Gonder pottery was in business from 1941 to 1957 when they sold out to the Allied Tile Company. This large 11 1/2"H X 11"W X 2"D vase is finished in a drip glaze in the color wine brown, the interior is glazed in pink, an early practice of Gonder Ceramic Arts. The Peacock vase is molded in a bold relief pattern of a stylized peacock tail, curved and deeply scalloped. It rather reminds me of a showgirl's ostrich plume fan having a nice vintage feel to it. There is the molded Gonder mark on the base of the vase. There is a chip on the bottom surface unseen when upright. Otherwise there is no damage to this piece. A substantial piece weighing in at 4lbs and 5oz. Perfect for those interested in the vintage style of the 1950's.
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