This rare dated 1913 studio pottery bowl is the work of Frederic C. Clayter (1890-1978) while he was a student at UArts (University of the Arts) in Philadelphia. Coil-built and hand-carved, this metallic-glazed piece closely resembles the Germanic metalwork for which Clayter was best remembered (in addition to his many years as a professor of industrial design, at Carnegie Mellon University).
Frederic Clayter 1913 Pottery
Excellent condition. Ohio buyers must pay 8% sales tax.
For images of Clayter’s circa 1913 metalwork, see https://blogs.uarts.edu/libraries/2016/09/23/student-work-in-the-school-catalogs-metalwork-of-frederic-charles-clayter/.