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Ceramic Gingko Leaf Vase in cream and yellow by GlendaJordan.  I like the simplicity of this piece - beautiful (SJL)

Ceramic Gingko Leaf Vase in cream and yellow by GlendaJordan. I like the simplicity of this piece - beautiful (SJL)

CAPCA | JW Art Pottery | Jacquie Walton | Ginkgos. The Contemporary Art Pottery Collectors Association is dedicated to the collection and preservation of pottery in the Arts and Crafts genre. On of their goals is to expand the public’s awareness of Arts and Crafts pottery, not only as an art form, but as a historical reflection of American culture.

CAPCA | JW Art Pottery | Jacquie Walton | Ginkgos. The Contemporary Art Pottery Collectors Association is dedicated to the collection and preservation of pottery in the Arts and Crafts genre. On of their goals is to expand the public’s awareness of Arts and Crafts pottery, not only as an art form, but as a historical reflection of American culture.

Vase Tiffany Studios  (1902–32) Date: 1904–09 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Porcelane...

Vase Tiffany Studios Date: Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Porcelaneous earthenware

Teco Pottery circa 1915 - Around 1885, William Day Gates established Gates Potteries in Crystal Lake, Illinois. After years of trial and error, he developed a cool, silvery green matte glaze that resembled the tones of aged bronze. Combining the first letters of the words terra and cotta, Gates named the new pottery Teco and began selling the line in 1900.

Teco Pottery circa 1915 - Around William Day Gates established Gates Potteries in Crystal Lake, Illinois. After years of…

Ginkgo leaves decal

Ginkgo vase--Pratt Clay Studio-- could also be a beautiful yarn bowl!

Hosta vase | Handbuilt porcelain vase using a hosta leaf fro… | Flickr

"Hosta vase, White Earth Ceramics my friend Barbara would love this- I'll have to "borrow" some hosta leaves from her yard! I hadn't thought of pressing leaves into clay projects.

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