Shearwater Pottery Mrs. Aspirin Black Human Form Green Blue Glaze Marked Exc For Sale
This excellent example of Shearwater Pottery comes from the estate of a Midwestern American art pottery collector; the collection will continue to be sold over the next few weeks.
This human form is called Mrs. Aspirin. She looks to be playing a banjo or guitar and features a lovely green and blue glaze. She could be used as a lamp base and is in excellent condition—no chips, repairs or other damage. Mrs. Aspirin measures a little less than 9” tall and approximately 5” across the widest part of the base. Please see all photos of the piece and its mark.
Shearwater pottery is a family business founded in 1928 by Peter Anderson, with his parents George Walter Anderson, Sr. and Annette McConnell Anderson. The local Ocean Springs, Mississippi clays were used to make Shearwater wares in the 1930s, and the company continues to make pottery today.
Please see my other sales for more Shearwater pieces from this estate, including a similar figure of a man playing an instrument. I’m happy to ship pieces together for the cost of actual shipping.
Shipping:The shipping prices you see are actual shipping for either Priority or UPS Ground. I'm happy to ship the pot any way you choose and combine shipping on multiple purchases to save money. I will pay for insurance.
I will refund all of your money, including shipping, if it's not as described. Please see my 100% positive responseand offer with confidence. Email me with any questions you have, and please see my other sales. Thank you.
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