There are carved, broad leaves around the exterior. This pot is about 3 1/8 inches tall, and it has a maximum width of approximately 7 1/2 inches. It has nice weight for its size, weighing 2 pounds 4.2 ounces. It would be a great addition to a collection of antique decorative arts.Identification This pot is marked beneath, as shown, FAB 94 165. The overall demeanor (shape, glaze, weight) of this pot is similar to pieces made at the Handicraft Guild of Minneapolis. It could be a student piece. The glazes are similar to those developed by Judson T.
Webb, the pottery instructor at Chicago Art Institute, who was involved in the set-up of the Guild. The exact maker is not known though. The exact age is not known, but it is believed to be antique. Condition The pot looks good overall, with no cracks.To the glazed edges of the base, there are a few tiny flakes, the largest of which measures about 1/16 inch by 3/16 inch. I have not cleaned the pot, and there are some small wall paint smudges and minor, scattered, dark scuff marks. It has light wear overall, with some fine, minor crazing, areas of which are slightly darkened. The interior has many fine scratches. As made, there are dimples and other minor flaws.
Variations in glazing are as made. Payments must be received within three days of the end of the listing, unless prior arrangements have been made.
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