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This lovely 7 7/8" scalloped plate was created by Cowan Pottery in about 1930. The art deco raised-relief floral design is attributed to the French designers who worked briefly with Guy Cowan, Jose Martin and Raoul Josset, both of whom had participated in the influential 1925 art deco exposition in Paris.
Cowan Pottery made this 10.75" t. vase (shape 588) around 1924. It's unusually tall, and Cowan's drip glazes seldom come onto the market. Here is a combination of Mahogany over Marigold lustre.
Beautiful ring-handled vase designed for Cowan Pottery by the illustrious designer and artist Viktor Schreckengost. This example has a Terra Cotta crackle glaze. Stands 6" tall.