Very Rare Art Deco Camark Pottery Crackle Vase by Alfred Tetzschner for your consideration. The vase measures approx. 10 1/4 inches tall and approx. 8 1/2 inches in diameter.
The Camden Art Tile and Pottery Company was founded in the fall of 1926 in Camden, Arkansas, by Samuel “Jack” Carnes, John Lessell, Stephen Sebaugh and the Camden Chamber of Commerce. Factory production began in the summer of 1927. Designer Alfred Tetzschner was an early employee who introduced a modernistic line in 1927 – this line included Cracko and Spano. -Wisconsin Pottery Association
Quintessential Art Deco design with crackle greenish blue glaze and black outlined cream bands. Thick lipped rim with cylindrical neck and footed bulbous body. Marked on base twice, once impressed and the other in gold, "Camark Pottery" in the outline of the state of Arkansas. Very good condition. Shows wear commensurate with age. Minor restoration on two flea bites at lip. A few faint scratches to body and an area of tiny glaze bumps created during manufacturing. A few minor flakes to base that cannot be seen unless vase is turned upside down. These condition reports are to give as accurate of a description as possible and are not noticeable except under close examination. See photos. Displays important!
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Art Deco Camark Pottery Crackle Vase by Alfred Tetzschner c. 1927 Rare