Clewell copper clad pottery bottle vase arts & crafts verdigris patina weller
Here is a very nice Clewell copper-clad pottery bottle form vase. Charles Walter Clewell developed a "secret" method for sheathing pottery vases with copper at his Canton Ohio studio beginning in 1906. By the 1920's he developed a technique to stabilize patinas, copper red and matte blue green. Often the blanks are identifiable from various Ohio potteries, Weller, Owens, Ferrock, etc. This vase measures 10 1/4 inches tall and 4 5/8 inches in diameter at the widest. There are no cracks, repairs, or firing flaws, just a small shallow dent to the copper at the rim and scattered patina loss. Marked on the bottom with a hand incised Clewell, 361-2-6. A good piece with great patina by a lesser known arts & crafts period craftsman.
The item "Clewell copper clad pottery bottle vase arts & crafts verdigris patina weller" is in sale since Wednesday, May 29, 2019. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Other American Pottery". The seller is "jmwpots" and is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Main Color: verdigris copper
- Featured Refinements: Arts & Crafts Pottery